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Sidekiq statistic

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Improved display of statistics for your sidekiq workers and jobs.

This gem work only with sidekiq version more than 3.3.4

Screenshots

Also you can check heroku application with rails app with this sidekiq plugin

Index page:

sidekiq-history_index

Worker page with table (per day):

sidekiq-history_worker

Worker page with log:

screenshot 2015-06-10 01 27 50

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'sidekiq-statistic'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Usage

Open Statistic tab on your sidekiq page.

Not rails application

Read sidekiq documentation. After that add require 'sidekiq-statistic' to you config.ru. For example:

# config.ru
require 'sidekiq/web'
require 'sidekiq-statistic'

use Rack::Session::Cookie, secret: 'some unique secret string here'
Sidekiq::Web.instance_eval { @middleware.reverse! } # Last added, First Run
run Sidekiq::Web

Configuration

Sidekiq statistic gem have log_file and last_log_lines options. log_file option lets you specify a custom path to sidekiq log file. By default this option equal log/sidekiq.log last_log lines option lets you specify a custom count of last logger file lines which will be displayed. By default this option equal 1000.

Sidekiq::Statistic.configuration do |config|
  config.log_file = 'test/helpers/logfile.log'
  config.last_log_lines = 10_000
  config.max_timelist_length = 500_000
end

JSON API

/api/statistic.json

Returns statistic for each worker.

Params:

  • dateFrom - Date start (format: yyyy-mm-dd)
  • dateTo - Date end (format: yyyy-mm-dd)

Example:

$ curl http://example.com/sidekiq/api/statistic.json?dateFrom=2015-07-30&dateTo=2015-07-31

# =>
  {
    "workers": [
      {
        "name": "Worker",
        "last_job_status": "passed",
        "number_of_calls": {
          "success": 1,
          "failure": 0,
          "total": 1
        },
        "runtime": {
          "last": "2015-07-31 10:42:13 UTC",
          "max": 4.002,
          "min": 4.002,
          "average": 4.002,
          "total": 4.002
        }
      },

      ...
    ]
  }

/api/statistic/:worker_name.json

Returns worker statistic for each day in range.

Params:

  • dateFrom - Date start (format: yyyy-mm-dd)
  • dateTo - Date end (format: yyyy-mm-dd)

Example:

$ curl http://example.com/sidekiq/api/statistic/Worker.json?dateFrom=2015-07-30&dateTo=2015-07-31

# =>
{
  "days": [
    {
      "date": "2015-07-31",
      "failure": 0,
      "success": 1,
      "total": 1,
      "last_job_status": "passed",
      "runtime": {
        "last": null,
        "max": 0,
        "min": 0,
        "average": 0,
        "total": 0
      }
    },

    ...
  ]
}

Update statistic inside middleware

You can update your worker statistic inside middleware. For this you should to update sidekiq:statistic redis hash. This hash has the following structure:

  • sidekiq:statistic - redis hash with all statistic
    • yyyy-mm-dd:WorkerName:passed - count of passed jobs for Worker name on yyyy-mm-dd
    • yyyy-mm-dd:WorkerName:failed - count of failed jobs for Worker name on yyyy-mm-dd
    • yyyy-mm-dd:WorkerName:failed - count of failed jobs for Worker name on yyyy-mm-dd
    • yyyy-mm-dd:WorkerName:last_job_status - string with status (passed or failed) for last job
    • yyyy-mm-dd:WorkerName:last_time - date of lact job performing
    • yyyy-mm-dd:WorkerName:queue - name of job queue (defauld by default)

For time information you should push the runtime value to yyyy-mm-dd:WorkerName:timeslist redis list.

How it works

Big image 'how it works'

how-it-works

Contributing

  1. Fork it ( https://github.com/davydovanton/sidekiq-statistic/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request