Tyler Hillery

03/05/2022, 11:56 PM
If I have dagster-daemon running in the background on my local machine do I also need to have dagit running for a scheduled job to kick off? According the docs I don't think so but wanted some clarification. This is the part of the docs I am referring to ➡️
This process will periodically check for any running schedules and launch their associated runs. If you leave this process running, it will launch a new run for your schedule each day at the expected time.


03/06/2022, 11:02 PM
That's right! The daemon can run totally without dagit
👍 1