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Fozzie travis-ci

Ruby gem for registering statistics to a Statsd server in various ways.

Requirements

  • A Statsd server
  • Ruby 1.9

Basic Usage

Send through statistics depending on the type you want to provide:

Increment counter

Stats.increment 'wat' # increments the value in a Statsd bucket called 'some.prefix.wat' -
                      # the exact bucket name depends on the bucket name prefix (see below)

Decrement counter

Stats.decrement 'wat'

Decrement counter - provide a value as integer

Stats.count 'wat', 5

Basic timing - provide a value in milliseconds

Stats.timing 'wat', 500

Timings - provide a block to time against (inline and do syntax supported)

Stats.time 'wat' { sleep 5 }

Stats.time_to_do 'wat' do
  sleep 5
end

Stats.time_for 'wat' { sleep 5 }

Gauges - register arbitrary values

Stats.gauge 'wat', 99

Events - register different events

Commits

Stats.commit

Stats.committed

Builds

Stats.built

Stats.build

Deployments

Stats.deployed

With a custom app:

Stats.deployed 'watapp'

Stats.deploy

With a custom app:

Stats.deploy 'watapp'

Custom

Stats.event 'pull'

With a custom app:

Stats.event 'pull', 'watapp'

Boolean result - pass a value to be true or false, and increment on true

Stats.increment_on 'wat', duck.valid?

Sampling

Each of the above methods accepts a sample rate as the last argument (before any applicable blocks), e.g:

Stats.increment 'wat', 10

Stats.decrement 'wat', 10

Stats.count 'wat', 5, 10

Monitor

You can monitor methods with the following:

class FooBar

  _monitor
  def zar
    # my code here...
  end

end

This will register the processing time for this method, everytime it is called, under the Graphite bucket foo_bar.zar.

This will work on both Class and Instance methods.

Namespaces

Fozzie supports the following namespaces as default

Stats.increment 'wat'
S.increment 'wat'
Statistics.increment 'wat'
Warehouse.increment 'wat'

You can customise this via the YAML configuration (see instructions below)

Configuration

Fozzie is configured via a YAML or by setting a block against the Fozzie namespace.

YAML

Create a fozzie.yml within a config folder on the root of your app, which contains your settings for each env. Simple, verbose example below.

development:
  appname: wat
  host: '127.0.0.1'
  port: 8125
  namespaces: %w{Foo Bar Wat}
test:
  appname: wat
  host: 'localhost'
  port: 8125
  namespaces: %w{Foo Bar Wat}
production:
  appname: wat
  host: 'stats.wat.com'
  port: 8125
  namespaces: %w{Foo Bar Wat}

Configure block

Fozzie.configure do |config|
  config.appname = "wat"
  config.host    = "127.0.0.1"
  config.port    = 8125
end

Middleware

To time and register the controller actions within your Rails application, Fozzie provides some middleware.

Rack

require 'rack'
require 'fozzie'

app = Rack::Builder.new {
  use Fozzie::Rack::Middleware
  lambda { |env| [200, {'Content-Type' => 'text/plain'}, 'OK'] }
}

Rails

Based on the Rack middleware above, but is more involved in its construction of the bucket value.

Fozzie::Rails::Middleware will automatically be invoked on Rails initialization.

Bucket name prefixes

Fozzie automatically constructs bucket name prefixes from app name, hostname, and environment. For example:

Stats.increment 'wat'

increments the bucket named

app-name.your-computer-name.development.wat

When working on your development machine. This allows multiple application instances, in different environments, to be distinguished easily and collated in Graphite quickly.

The app name can be configured via the YAML configuration.

Low level behaviour

The current implementation of Fozzie wraps the sending of the statistic in a timeout and rescue block, which prevent long host lookups (i.e. if your stats server disappears) and minimises impact on your code or application if something is erroring at a low level.

Fozzie will try to log these errors, but only if a logger has been applied (which by default it does not). Examples:

require 'logger'
Fozzie.logger = Logger.new(STDOUT)

require 'logger'
Fozzie.logger = Logger.new 'log/fozzie.log'

This may change, depending on feedback and more production experience.

Rails User Interface Performance Measuring

If you also require UI metrics, you can also include the Mill script in the bottom of any page you would like to measure (see resources/mill.js and resources/mill.min.js) and you start receiving measurements on page performance.

Credits

Currently supported and maintained by Marc Watts @ Lonely Planet Online.

Big thanks and Credits:

Comments and Feedback

Please contact me on anything... improvements will be needed and are welcomed greatly.

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