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It is not doing much work, but logs invocations to App Insights fine. A test build of the same Functions running ~1 in a different Plan are also displaying incorrect invocation information. @sjwaight Do you happen to have a host ID specified in your host.json?
The monitor tab for this Function shows the last invocation as 15 days ago, which is incorrect. This might have been inserted for you if you used an earlier version of the functions core tools (or VS tooling).
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There is a known bug Azure/azure-webjobs-sdk-script#1474 where if its explicitly set then your monitor page won't work correctly.
Confirmed that removing the host ID fixed this in my Function App.
Invocation shows in the log window, but not under the Monitor tab.
I actually have issues here - I have a timer-triggered Function that runs every 20 seconds.
Just putting up here that I'm still seeing this behaviour in AU East, so am not sure if the patch has rolled out yet (I assume not).There is still something weird happening - invocations do not show up immediately.Runtime is set to ~1 - these are compiled C# Functions with App Insights enabled.If you are unsure of whether or not you need to update your Drivers, or indeed which Drivers may need to be updated, you can run a Drivers scan using a driver update tool (you will need to pay to register this tool but usually the Drivers scan is free).This will allow you to assess your Driver needs without any commitment.
And logging on the "Function Name" tab (used to be called the "Develop" tab, I think) is showing current invocations.