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# This file configures the NewRelic RPM Agent, NewRelic RPM monitors Rails
# applications with deep visibility and low overhead. For more information,
# visit
# #{generated_for_user}
# here are the settings that are common to all environments
common: &default_settings
# ============================== LICENSE KEY ===============================
# You must specify the licence key associated with your New Relic account.
# This key binds your Agent's data to your account in the New Relic RPM service.
license_key: '#{license_key}'
# the 'enabled' setting is used to turn on the NewRelic Agent. When false,
# your application is not instrumented and the Agent does not start up or
# collect any data; it is a complete shut-off.
# when turned on, the agent collects performance data by inserting lightweight
# tracers on key methods inside the rails framework and asynchronously aggregating
# and reporting this performance data to the NewRelic RPM service at
# below.
enabled: false
# The newrelic agent generates its own log file to keep its logging information
# separate from that of your application. Specify its log level here.
log_level: info
# The newrelic agent communicates with the RPM service via http by default.
# If you want to communicate via https to increase security, then turn on
# SSL by setting this value to true. Note, this will result in increased
# CPU overhead to perform the encryption involved in SSL communication, but this
# work is done asynchronously to the threads that process your application code, so
# it should not impact response times.
ssl: false
# Transaction tracer is a EARLY ACCESS feature that captures deep information about slow
# transactions and sends this to the RPM service once a minute. Included in the
# transaction is the exact call sequence of the transactions including any SQL statements
# issued.
# Because this feature is EARLY ACCESS, only accounts that have been approved for
# early access features by New Relic will have this capability enabled
# The default for transaction tracer is false due to the sensitive nature of the SQL
# data we send to the RPM service. Get comfortable with the SQL obfuscator in development
# mode before enabling transaction tracer.
enabled: false
# When transaction tracer is on, the default behavior is to obfuscate all SQL. All
# string literals are replaced with '?' and all number sequences are replaced with ?.
# If this option is set to true, the raw SQL is sent rather than obfuscated SQL. This
# should be used due to the sensitive nature of data stored in SQL statements
send_raw_sql: false
# override default settings based on your application's environment
# NOTE if your application has other named environments, you should
# provide newrelic conifguration settings for these enviromnents here.
<<: *default_settings
# turn off communication to RPM service in development mode.
# NOTE: for initial evaluation purposes, you may want to temporarily turn
# the agent on in development mode.
enabled: false
# When running in Developer Mode, the New Relic Agent will present
# performance information on the last 100 transactions you have
# executed since starting the mongrel. to view this data, go to
# http://localhost:3000/newrelic
developer: true
<<: *default_settings
# it almost never makes sense to turn on the agent when running unit, functional or
# integration tests or the like.
enabled: false
# Turn on the agent in production for 24x7 monitoring. NewRelic testing shows
# an average performance impact of < 5 ms per transaction, you you can leave this on
# all the time without incurring any user-visible performance degredation.
<<: *default_settings
enabled: true
# many applications have a staging environment which behaves identically to production.
# Support for that environment is provided here. By default, the staging environment has
# the agent turned on.
<<: *default_settings
enabled: true
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