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README.md

Ekino NewRelic Bundle

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This bundle integrates the NewRelic PHP API into Symfony2. For more information about NewRelic, please visit http://newrelic.com.

The bundle can use either the route name or the controller name as the transaction name. For CLI commands the transaction name is the command name.

Result

Ekino NewRelicBundle

Installation

Step 0 : Install NewRelic

review http://newrelic.com ...

Step 1: Using Composer (recommended)

Use composer.phar:

$ php composer.phar require ekino/newrelic-bundle

You just have to specify the version you want : master-dev. It will add the package in your composer.json file and install it.

Or you can do it by yourself, first, add the following to your composer.json file:

// composer.json
{
    // ...
    require: {
        // ...
        "ekino/newrelic-bundle": "master-dev"
    }
}

Then, you can install the new dependencies by running Composer's update command from the directory where your composer.json file is located:

$ php composer.phar update ekino/newrelic-bundle

Step 1 (alternative) : Using deps file (Symfony 2.0.x)

First, checkout a copy of the code. Just add the following to the deps file of your Symfony Standard Distribution:

[EkinoNewRelicBundle]
    git=http://github.com/ekino/EkinoNewRelicBundle.git
    target=/bundles/Ekino/Bundle/NewRelicBundle

Then, run

$ bin/vendors install

Make sure that you also register the namespace with the autoloader:

<?php

// app/autoload.php
$loader->registerNamespaces(array(
    // ...
    'Ekino'              => __DIR__.'/../vendor/bundles',
    // ...
));

Step 2 : Register the bundle

Then register the bundle with your kernel:

<?php

// in AppKernel::registerBundles()
$bundles = array(
    // ...
    new Ekino\Bundle\NewRelicBundle\EkinoNewRelicBundle(),
    // ...
);

Step 3 : Configure the bundle

# app/config/config.yml

ekino_new_relic:
    enabled: true                         # Defaults to true
    application_name: Awesome Application # default value in newrelic is "PHP Application", or whatever is set
                                          # as php ini-value
    api_key:                              # New Relic API
    license_key:                          # New Relic license key
    xmit: false                           # if you want to record the metric data up to the point newrelic_set_appname is called, set this to true
    logging: false                        # If true, logs all New Relic interactions to the Symfony log
    instrument: false                     # If true, uses enhanced New Relic RUM instrumentation (see below)
    log_exceptions: false                 # If true, sends exceptions to New Relic
    log_commands: true                    # If true, logs CLI commands to New Relic as Background jobs (>2.3 only)
    transaction_naming: route             # route, controller or service (see below)
    transaction_naming_service: ~         # Transaction naming service (see below)

Enhanced RUM instrumentation

The bundle comes with an option for enhanced real user monitoring. Ordinarily the New Relic extension (unless disabled by configuration) automatically adds a tracking code for RUM instrumentation to all HTML responses. Using enhanced RUM instrumentation, the bundle allows you to selectivly disable instrumentation on certain requests.

This can be useful if, e.g. you're returing HTML verbatim for an HTML editor.

If enhanced RUM instrumentation is enabled, you can disable instrumentation for a given request by passing along a _instrument request parameter, and setting it to false. This can be done e.g. through the routing configuration.

Transaction naming strategies

The bundle comes with two built-in transaction naming strategies. route and controller, naming the New Relic transaction after the route or controller respectively. However, the bundle supports custom transaction naming strategies through the service configuration option. If you have selected the service configuration option, you must pass the name of your own transaction naming service as the transaction_naming_service configuration option.

The transaction naming service class must implement the Ekino\Bundle\NewRelicBundle\TransactionNamingStrategy\TransactionNamingStrategyInterface interface. For more information on creating your own services, see the Symfony documentation on Creating/Configuring Services in the Container.

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