A library to easily measure what's going on in your python.
Metrology allows you to add instruments to your python code and hook them to external reporting tools like Graphite so as to better understand what's going on in your running python program.
To install :
pip install metrology
A gauge is an instantaneous measurement of a value
class JobGauge(metrology.instruments.Gauge): def value(self): return len(queue) gauge = Metrology.gauge('pending-jobs', JobGauge())
A counter is like a gauge, but you can increment or decrement its value
counter = Metrology.counter('pending-jobs') counter.increment() counter.decrement() counter.count
A meter measures the rate of events over time (e.g., "requests per second"). In addition to the mean rate, you can also track 1, 5 and 15 minutes moving averages
meter = Metrology.meter('requests') meter.mark() meter.count
or as a decorator:
@Metrology.meter('requests') def do_this_again(): # do something
or with context manager:
with Metrology.meter('requests'): # do something
A timer measures both the rate that a particular piece of code is called and the distribution of its duration
timer = Metrology.timer('responses') with timer: do_something()
or as a decorator:
@Metrology.timer('responses') def response(): # do_something
A specialized timer that calculates the percentage of wall-clock time that was spent
utimer = Metrology.utilization_timer('responses') with utimer: do_something()
A logging reporter that write metrics to a logger
reporter = LoggerReporter(level=logging.INFO, interval=10) reporter.start()
A graphite reporter that send metrics to graphite
reporter = GraphiteReporter('graphite.local', 2003) reporter.start()
A librator metric reporter that send metrics to librato API
reporter = LibratoReporter("<email>", "<token>") reporter.start()
A ganglia reporter that sends metrics to gmond.
reporter = GangliaReporter("Group Name", "localhost", 8649, "udp", interval=60) reporter.start()
A statsd reporter that sends metrics to statsd daemon.
reporter = StatsDReporter('localhost', 3333, conn_type='tcp') reporter.start()
or use default UDP setting:
reporter = StatsDReporter('localhost', 3333) reporter.start()
This is heavily inspired by the awesome metrics library.