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# encoding: utf-8
# This file is distributed under New Relic's license terms.
# See https://github.com/newrelic/rpm/blob/master/LICENSE for complete details.
require 'socket'
require 'net/https'
require 'net/http'
require 'logger'
require 'zlib'
require 'stringio'
require 'new_relic/agent/new_relic_service'
require 'new_relic/agent/pipe_service'
require 'new_relic/agent/configuration/manager'
require 'new_relic/agent/database'
require 'new_relic/agent/thread_profiler'
require 'new_relic/agent/event_listener'
require 'new_relic/agent/cross_app_monitor'
module NewRelic
module Agent
# The Agent is a singleton that is instantiated when the plugin is
# activated. It collects performance data from ruby applications
# in realtime as the application runs, and periodically sends that
# data to the NewRelic server.
class Agent
extend NewRelic::Agent::Configuration::Instance
def initialize
@launch_time = Time.now
@events = NewRelic::Agent::EventListener.new
@stats_engine = NewRelic::Agent::StatsEngine.new
@transaction_sampler = NewRelic::Agent::TransactionSampler.new
@sql_sampler = NewRelic::Agent::SqlSampler.new
@thread_profiler = NewRelic::Agent::ThreadProfiler.new
@cross_app_monitor = NewRelic::Agent::CrossAppMonitor.new(@events)
@error_collector = NewRelic::Agent::ErrorCollector.new
@transaction_rules = NewRelic::Agent::RulesEngine.new
@metric_rules = NewRelic::Agent::RulesEngine.new
@connect_state = :pending
@connect_attempts = 0
@last_harvest_time = Time.now
@obfuscator = lambda {|sql| NewRelic::Agent::Database.default_sql_obfuscator(sql) }
@forked = false
# FIXME: temporary work around for RUBY-839
if Agent.config[:monitor_mode]
@service = NewRelic::Agent::NewRelicService.new
end
txn_tracer_enabler = Proc.new do
if NewRelic::Agent.config[:'transaction_tracer.enabled'] ||
NewRelic::Agent.config[:developer_mode]
@stats_engine.transaction_sampler = @transaction_sampler
else
@stats_engine.transaction_sampler = nil
end
end
Agent.config.register_callback(:'transaction_tracer.enabled', &txn_tracer_enabler)
Agent.config.register_callback(:developer_mode, &txn_tracer_enabler)
end
# contains all the class-level methods for NewRelic::Agent::Agent
module ClassMethods
# Should only be called by NewRelic::Control - returns a
# memoized singleton instance of the agent, creating one if needed
def instance
@instance ||= self.new
end
end
# Holds all the methods defined on NewRelic::Agent::Agent
# instances
module InstanceMethods
# holds a proc that is used to obfuscate sql statements
attr_reader :obfuscator
# the statistics engine that holds all the timeslice data
attr_reader :stats_engine
# the transaction sampler that handles recording transactions
attr_reader :transaction_sampler
attr_reader :sql_sampler
# begins a thread profile session when instructed by agent commands
attr_reader :thread_profiler
# error collector is a simple collection of recorded errors
attr_reader :error_collector
# whether we should record raw, obfuscated, or no sql
attr_reader :record_sql
# a configuration for the Real User Monitoring system -
# handles things like static setup of the header for inclusion
# into pages
attr_reader :beacon_configuration
# cross application tracing ids and encoding
attr_reader :cross_process_id
attr_reader :cross_app_encoding_bytes
# service for communicating with collector
attr_accessor :service
# Global events dispatcher. This will provides our primary mechanism
# for agent-wide events, such as finishing configuration, error notification
# and request before/after from Rack.
attr_reader :events
# Transaction and metric renaming rules as provided by the
# collector on connect. The former are applied during txns,
# the latter during harvest.
attr_reader :transaction_rules
attr_reader :metric_rules
# Returns the length of the unsent errors array, if it exists,
# otherwise nil
def unsent_errors_size
@unsent_errors.length if @unsent_errors
end
# Returns the length of the traces array, if it exists,
# otherwise nil
def unsent_traces_size
@traces.length if @traces
end
# Initializes the unsent timeslice data hash, if needed, and
# returns the number of keys it contains
def unsent_timeslice_data
@unsent_timeslice_data ||= {}
@unsent_timeslice_data.keys.length
end
# fakes out a transaction that did not happen in this process
# by creating apdex, summary metrics, and recording statistics
# for the transaction
#
# This method is *deprecated* - it may be removed in future
# versions of the agent
def record_transaction(duration_seconds, options={})
is_error = options['is_error'] || options['error_message'] || options['exception']
metric = options['metric']
metric ||= options['uri'] # normalize this with url rules
raise "metric or uri arguments required" unless metric
metric_info = NewRelic::MetricParser::MetricParser.for_metric_named(metric)
if metric_info.is_web_transaction?
NewRelic::Agent::Instrumentation::MetricFrame.record_apdex(metric_info, duration_seconds, duration_seconds, is_error)
end
metrics = metric_info.summary_metrics
metrics << metric
metrics.each do |name|
NewRelic::Agent.record_metric(name, duration_seconds)
end
if is_error
if options['exception']
e = options['exception']
elsif options['error_message']
e = StandardError.new options['error_message']
else
e = StandardError.new 'Unknown Error'
end
error_collector.notice_error e, :uri => options['uri'], :metric => metric
end
# busy time ?
end
# This method should be called in a forked process after a fork.
# It assumes the parent process initialized the agent, but does
# not assume the agent started.
#
# The call is idempotent, but not re-entrant.
#
# * It clears any metrics carried over from the parent process
# * Restarts the sampler thread if necessary
# * Initiates a new agent run and worker loop unless that was done
# in the parent process and +:force_reconnect+ is not true
#
# Options:
# * <tt>:force_reconnect => true</tt> to force the spawned process to
# establish a new connection, such as when forking a long running process.
# The default is false--it will only connect to the server if the parent
# had not connected.
# * <tt>:keep_retrying => false</tt> if we try to initiate a new
# connection, this tells me to only try it once so this method returns
# quickly if there is some kind of latency with the server.
def after_fork(options={})
@forked = true
Agent.config.apply_config(NewRelic::Agent::Configuration::ManualSource.new(options), 1)
if channel_id = options[:report_to_channel]
@service = NewRelic::Agent::PipeService.new(channel_id)
if connected?
@connected_pid = $$
else
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug("Child process #{$$} not reporting to non-connected parent.")
@service.shutdown(Time.now)
disconnect
end
end
return if !Agent.config[:agent_enabled] ||
!Agent.config[:monitor_mode] ||
disconnected? ||
@worker_thread && @worker_thread.alive?
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Starting the worker thread in #{$$} after forking."
# Clear out stats that are left over from parent process
reset_stats
# Don't ever check to see if this is a spawner. If we're in a forked process
# I'm pretty sure we're not also forking new instances.
start_worker_thread(options)
@stats_engine.start_sampler_thread
end
def forked?
@forked
end
# True if we have initialized and completed 'start'
def started?
@started
end
# Attempt a graceful shutdown of the agent, running the worker
# loop if it exists and is running.
#
# Options:
# :force_send => (true/false) # force the agent to send data
def shutdown(options={})
run_loop_before_exit = Agent.config[:force_send]
return if not started?
if @worker_loop
@worker_loop.run_task if run_loop_before_exit
@worker_loop.stop
end
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.info "Starting Agent shutdown"
# if litespeed, then ignore all future SIGUSR1 - it's
# litespeed trying to shut us down
if Agent.config[:dispatcher] == :litespeed
Signal.trap("SIGUSR1", "IGNORE")
Signal.trap("SIGTERM", "IGNORE")
end
begin
NewRelic::Agent.disable_all_tracing do
graceful_disconnect
end
rescue => e
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.error e
end
NewRelic::Agent.config.remove_config do |config|
config.class == NewRelic::Agent::Configuration::ManualSource ||
config.class == NewRelic::Agent::Configuration::ServerSource
end
@started = nil
Control.reset
end
# Tells the statistics engine we are starting a new transaction
def start_transaction
@stats_engine.start_transaction
end
# Tells the statistics engine we are ending a transaction
def end_transaction
@stats_engine.end_transaction
end
# Sets a thread local variable as to whether we should or
# should not record sql in the current thread. Returns the
# previous value, if there is one
def set_record_sql(should_record)
prev = Thread::current[:record_sql]
Thread::current[:record_sql] = should_record
prev.nil? || prev
end
# Sets a thread local variable as to whether we should or
# should not record transaction traces in the current
# thread. Returns the previous value, if there is one
def set_record_tt(should_record)
prev = Thread::current[:record_tt]
Thread::current[:record_tt] = should_record
prev.nil? || prev
end
# Push flag indicating whether we should be tracing in this
# thread. This uses a stack which allows us to disable tracing
# children of a transaction without affecting the tracing of
# the whole transaction
def push_trace_execution_flag(should_trace=false)
value = Thread.current[:newrelic_untraced]
if (value.nil?)
Thread.current[:newrelic_untraced] = []
end
Thread.current[:newrelic_untraced] << should_trace
end
# Pop the current trace execution status. Restore trace execution status
# to what it was before we pushed the current flag.
def pop_trace_execution_flag
Thread.current[:newrelic_untraced].pop if Thread.current[:newrelic_untraced]
end
# Herein lies the corpse of the former 'start' method. May
# its unmatched flog score rest in pieces.
module Start
# Check whether we have already started, which is an error condition
def already_started?
if started?
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.error("Agent Started Already!")
true
end
end
# The agent is disabled when it is not force enabled by the
# 'agent_enabled' option (e.g. in a manual start), or
# enabled normally through the configuration file
def disabled?
!Agent.config[:agent_enabled]
end
# Log startup information that we almost always want to know
def log_startup
log_environment
log_dispatcher
log_app_names
end
# Log the environment the app thinks it's running in.
# Useful in debugging, as this is the key for config YAML lookups.
def log_environment
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.info "Environment: #{NewRelic::Control.instance.env}"
end
# Logs the dispatcher to the log file to assist with
# debugging. When no debugger is present, logs this fact to
# assist with proper dispatcher detection
def log_dispatcher
dispatcher_name = Agent.config[:dispatcher].to_s
return if log_if(dispatcher_name.empty?, :warn, "No dispatcher detected.")
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.info "Dispatcher: #{dispatcher_name}"
end
# Logs the configured application names
def log_app_names
names = Agent.config.app_names
if names.respond_to?(:any?) && names.any?
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.info "Application: #{names.join(", ")}"
else
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.error 'Unable to determine application name. Please set the application name in your newrelic.yml or in a NEW_RELIC_APP_NAME environment variable.'
end
end
# Connecting in the foreground blocks further startup of the
# agent until we have a connection - useful in cases where
# you're trying to log a very-short-running process and want
# to get statistics from before a server connection
# (typically 20 seconds) exists
def connect_in_foreground
NewRelic::Agent.disable_all_tracing { connect(:keep_retrying => false) }
end
# If we're using sinatra, old versions run in an at_exit
# block so we should probably know that
def using_sinatra?
defined?(Sinatra::Application)
end
# we should not set an at_exit block if people are using
# these as they don't do standard at_exit behavior per MRI/YARV
def weird_ruby?
NewRelic::LanguageSupport.using_engine?('rbx') ||
NewRelic::LanguageSupport.using_engine?('jruby') ||
using_sinatra?
end
# Installs our exit handler, which exploits the weird
# behavior of at_exit blocks to make sure it runs last, by
# doing an at_exit within an at_exit block.
def install_exit_handler
if Agent.config[:send_data_on_exit] && !weird_ruby?
at_exit do
# Workaround for MRI 1.9 bug that loses exit codes in at_exit blocks.
# This is necessary to get correct exit codes for the agent's
# test suites.
# http://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/5218
if defined?(RUBY_ENGINE) && RUBY_ENGINE == "ruby" && RUBY_VERSION.match(/^1\.9/)
exit_status = $!.status if $!.is_a?(SystemExit)
shutdown
exit exit_status if exit_status
else
shutdown
end
end
end
end
# Classy logging of the agent version and the current pid,
# so we can disambiguate processes in the log file and make
# sure they're running a reasonable version
def log_version_and_pid
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "New Relic Ruby Agent #{NewRelic::VERSION::STRING} Initialized: pid = #{$$}"
end
# A helper method that logs a condition if that condition is
# true. Mentally cleaner than having every method set a
# local and log if it is true
def log_if(boolean, level, message)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.send(level, message) if boolean
boolean
end
# A helper method that logs a condition unless that
# condition is true. Mentally cleaner than having every
# method set a local and log unless it is true
def log_unless(boolean, level, message)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.send(level, message) unless boolean
boolean
end
# Warn the user if they have configured their agent not to
# send data, that way we can see this clearly in the log file
def monitoring?
log_unless(Agent.config[:monitor_mode], :warn,
"Agent configured not to send data in this environment.")
end
# Tell the user when the license key is missing so they can
# fix it by adding it to the file
def has_license_key?
log_unless(Agent.config[:license_key], :warn,
"No license key found in newrelic.yml config. " +
"This often means your newrelic.yml is missing a section for the running environment '#{NewRelic::Control.instance.env}'")
end
# A correct license key exists and is of the proper length
def has_correct_license_key?
has_license_key? && correct_license_length
end
# A license key is an arbitrary 40 character string,
# usually looks something like a SHA1 hash
def correct_license_length
key = Agent.config[:license_key]
log_unless((key.length == 40), :error, "Invalid license key: #{key}")
end
# If we're using a dispatcher that forks before serving
# requests, we need to wait until the children are forked
# before connecting, otherwise the parent process sends odd data
def using_forking_dispatcher?
log_if([:passenger, :unicorn].include?(Agent.config[:dispatcher]),
:info, "Connecting workers after forking.")
end
# Return true if we're using resque and it hasn't had a chance to (potentially)
# daemonize itself. This avoids hanging when there's a Thread started
# before Resque calls Process.daemon (Jira RUBY-857)
def defer_for_resque?
NewRelic::Agent.config[:dispatcher] == :resque &&
!NewRelic::Agent::PipeChannelManager.listener.started?
end
# Sanity-check the agent configuration and start the agent,
# setting up the worker thread and the exit handler to shut
# down the agent
def check_config_and_start_agent
return unless monitoring? && has_correct_license_key?
return if using_forking_dispatcher?
connect_in_foreground if Agent.config[:sync_startup]
start_worker_thread
install_exit_handler
end
end
include Start
# Logs a bunch of data and starts the agent, if needed
def start
return if already_started? || disabled?
if defer_for_resque?
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Deferring startup for Resque in case it daemonizes"
return
end
@started = true
@local_host = determine_host
log_startup
check_config_and_start_agent
log_version_and_pid
end
# Clear out the metric data, errors, and transaction traces,
# making sure the agent is in a fresh state
def reset_stats
@stats_engine.reset_stats
@unsent_errors = []
@traces = nil
@unsent_timeslice_data = {}
@last_harvest_time = Time.now
@launch_time = Time.now
end
private
# All of this module used to be contained in the
# start_worker_thread method - this is an artifact of
# refactoring and can be moved, renamed, etc at will
module StartWorkerThread
# logs info about the worker loop so users can see when the
# agent actually begins running in the background
def log_worker_loop_start
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Reporting performance data every #{Agent.config[:data_report_period]} seconds."
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Running worker loop"
end
# Creates the worker loop and loads it with the instructions
# it should run every @report_period seconds
def create_and_run_worker_loop
@worker_loop = WorkerLoop.new
@worker_loop.run(Agent.config[:data_report_period]) do
transmit_data
end
end
# Handles the case where the server tells us to restart -
# this clears the data, clears connection attempts, and
# waits a while to reconnect.
def handle_force_restart(error)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug error.message
reset_stats
@service.reset_metric_id_cache if @service
@connect_state = :pending
sleep 30
end
# when a disconnect is requested, stop the current thread, which
# is the worker thread that gathers data and talks to the
# server.
def handle_force_disconnect(error)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.warn "New Relic forced this agent to disconnect (#{error.message})"
disconnect
end
# there is a problem with connecting to the server, so we
# stop trying to connect and shut down the agent
def handle_server_connection_problem(error)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.error "Unable to establish connection with the server.", error
disconnect
end
# Handles an unknown error in the worker thread by logging
# it and disconnecting the agent, since we are now in an
# unknown state
def handle_other_error(error)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.error "Terminating worker loop.", error
disconnect
end
# a wrapper method to handle all the errors that can happen
# in the connection and worker thread system. This
# guarantees a no-throw from the background thread.
def catch_errors
yield
rescue NewRelic::Agent::ForceRestartException => e
handle_force_restart(e)
retry
rescue NewRelic::Agent::ForceDisconnectException => e
handle_force_disconnect(e)
rescue NewRelic::Agent::ServerConnectionException => e
handle_server_connection_problem(e)
rescue => e
handle_other_error(e)
end
# This is the method that is run in a new thread in order to
# background the harvesting and sending of data during the
# normal operation of the agent.
#
# Takes connection options that determine how we should
# connect to the server, and loops endlessly - typically we
# never return from this method unless we're shutting down
# the agent
def deferred_work!(connection_options)
catch_errors do
NewRelic::Agent.disable_all_tracing do
# We try to connect. If this returns false that means
# the server rejected us for a licensing reason and we should
# just exit the thread. If it returns nil
# that means it didn't try to connect because we're in the master.
connect(connection_options)
if connected?
log_worker_loop_start
create_and_run_worker_loop
# never reaches here unless there is a problem or
# the agent is exiting
else
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "No connection. Worker thread ending."
end
end
end
end
end
include StartWorkerThread
# Try to launch the worker thread and connect to the server.
#
# See #connect for a description of connection_options.
def start_worker_thread(connection_options = {})
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Creating Ruby Agent worker thread."
@worker_thread = NewRelic::Agent::AgentThread.new('Worker Loop') do
deferred_work!(connection_options)
end
end
# A shorthand for NewRelic::Control.instance
def control
NewRelic::Control.instance
end
# This module is an artifact of a refactoring of the connect
# method - all of its methods are used in that context, so it
# can be refactored at will. It should be fully tested
module Connect
# number of attempts we've made to contact the server
attr_accessor :connect_attempts
# Disconnect just sets connected to false, which prevents
# the agent from trying to connect again
def disconnect
@connect_state = :disconnected
true
end
def connected?
@connect_state == :connected
end
def disconnected?
@connect_state == :disconnected
end
# Don't connect if we're already connected, or if we tried to connect
# and were rejected with prejudice because of a license issue, unless
# we're forced to by force_reconnect.
def should_connect?(force=false)
force || (!connected? && !disconnected?)
end
# Retry period is a minute for each failed attempt that
# we've made. This should probably do some sort of sane TCP
# backoff to prevent hammering the server, but a minute for
# each attempt seems to work reasonably well.
def connect_retry_period
[600, connect_attempts * 60].min
end
def note_connect_failure
self.connect_attempts += 1
end
# When we have a problem connecting to the server, we need
# to tell the user what happened, since this is not an error
# we can handle gracefully.
def log_error(error)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.error "Error establishing connection with New Relic Service at #{control.server}:", error
end
# When the server sends us an error with the license key, we
# want to tell the user that something went wrong, and let
# them know where to go to get a valid license key
#
# After this runs, it disconnects the agent so that it will
# no longer try to connect to the server, saving the
# application and the server load
def handle_license_error(error)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.error( \
error.message, \
"Visit NewRelic.com to obtain a valid license key, or to upgrade your account.")
disconnect
end
def handle_unrecoverable_agent_error(error)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.error(error.message)
disconnect
shutdown
end
# Checks whether we should send environment info, and if so,
# returns the snapshot from the local environment
def environment_for_connect
Agent.config[:send_environment_info] ? Control.instance.local_env.snapshot : []
end
# Initializes the hash of settings that we send to the
# server. Returns a literal hash containing the options
def connect_settings
{
:pid => $$,
:host => @local_host,
:app_name => Agent.config.app_names,
:language => 'ruby',
:agent_version => NewRelic::VERSION::STRING,
:environment => environment_for_connect,
:settings => Agent.config.to_collector_hash,
}
end
# Returns connect data passed back from the server
def connect_to_server
@service.connect(connect_settings)
end
# apdex_f is always 4 times the apdex_t
def apdex_f
(4 * Agent.config[:apdex_t]).to_f
end
# Sets the collector host and connects to the server, then
# invokes the final configuration with the returned data
def query_server_for_configuration
finish_setup(connect_to_server)
end
# Takes a hash of configuration data returned from the
# server and uses it to set local variables and to
# initialize various parts of the agent that are configured
# separately.
#
# Can accommodate most arbitrary data - anything extra is
# ignored unless we say to do something with it here.
def finish_setup(config_data)
return if config_data == nil
@service.agent_id = config_data['agent_run_id'] if @service
if config_data['agent_config']
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Using config from server"
end
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Server provided config: #{config_data.inspect}"
server_config = NewRelic::Agent::Configuration::ServerSource.new(config_data)
Agent.config.apply_config(server_config, 1)
log_connection!(config_data) if @service
add_rules_to_engine(config_data['transaction_name_rules'],
NewRelic::Agent.instance.transaction_rules)
add_rules_to_engine(config_data['metric_name_rules'],
NewRelic::Agent.instance.metric_rules)
# If you're adding something else here to respond to the server-side config,
# use Agent.instance.events.subscribe(:finished_configuring) callback instead!
@beacon_configuration = BeaconConfiguration.new
end
def add_rules_to_engine(rule_specifications, rules_engine)
return unless rule_specifications && rule_specifications.any?
rule_specifications.each do |rule_spec|
rules_engine << NewRelic::Agent::RulesEngine::Rule.new(rule_spec)
end
end
# Logs when we connect to the server, for debugging purposes
# - makes sure we know if an agent has not connected
def log_connection!(config_data)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Connected to NewRelic Service at #{@service.collector.name}"
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Agent Run = #{@service.agent_id}."
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Connection data = #{config_data.inspect}"
if config_data['messages'] && config_data['messages'].any?
log_collector_messages(config_data['messages'])
end
end
def log_collector_messages(messages)
messages.each do |message|
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.send(message['level'].downcase, message['message'])
end
end
end
include Connect
# Accepts an array of (metrics, transaction_traces, errors) and merges
# it into our current collection of data to send. Can be
# dangerous if we re-merge the same data more than once - it
# will be sent multiple times.
def merge_data_from(data)
metrics, transaction_traces, errors = data
@stats_engine.merge!(metrics) if metrics
if transaction_traces && transaction_traces.respond_to?(:any?) &&
transaction_traces.any?
if @traces
@traces += transaction_traces
else
@traces = transaction_traces
end
end
if errors && errors.respond_to?(:each)
errors.each do |err|
@error_collector.add_to_error_queue(err)
end
end
end
public :merge_data_from
# Connect to the server and validate the license. If successful,
# connected? returns true when finished. If not successful, you can
# keep calling this. Return false if we could not establish a
# connection with the server and we should not retry, such as if
# there's a bad license key.
#
# Set keep_retrying=false to disable retrying and return asap, such as when
# invoked in the foreground. Otherwise this runs until a successful
# connection is made, or the server rejects us.
#
# * <tt>:keep_retrying => false</tt> to only try to connect once, and
# return with the connection set to nil. This ensures we may try again
# later (default true).
# * <tt>force_reconnect => true</tt> if you want to establish a new connection
# to the server before running the worker loop. This means you get a separate
# agent run and New Relic sees it as a separate instance (default is false).
def connect(options={})
defaults = {
:keep_retrying => Agent.config[:keep_retrying],
:force_reconnect => Agent.config[:force_reconnect]
}
opts = defaults.merge(options)
return unless should_connect?(opts[:force_reconnect])
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Connecting Process to New Relic: #$0"
query_server_for_configuration
@connected_pid = $$
@connect_state = :connected
rescue NewRelic::Agent::LicenseException => e
handle_license_error(e)
rescue NewRelic::Agent::UnrecoverableAgentException => e
handle_unrecoverable_agent_error(e)
rescue Timeout::Error, StandardError => e
log_error(e)
if opts[:keep_retrying]
note_connect_failure
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.warn "Will re-attempt in #{connect_retry_period} seconds"
sleep connect_retry_period
retry
else
disconnect
end
end
# Who am I? Well, this method can tell you your hostname.
def determine_host
Socket.gethostname
end
# Delegates to the control class to determine the root
# directory of this project
def determine_home_directory
control.root
end
# calls the busy harvester and collects timeslice data to
# send later
def harvest_timeslice_data(time=Time.now)
# this creates timeslices that are harvested below
NewRelic::Agent::BusyCalculator.harvest_busy
@unsent_timeslice_data ||= {}
@unsent_timeslice_data = @stats_engine.harvest_timeslice_data(@unsent_timeslice_data,
@metric_rules)
@unsent_timeslice_data
end
# note - exceptions are logged in invoke_remote. If an exception is encountered here,
# then the metric data is downsampled for another
# transmission later
def harvest_and_send_timeslice_data
now = Time.now
NewRelic::Agent.record_metric('Supportability/invoke_remote', 0.0)
NewRelic::Agent.record_metric('Supportability/invoke_remote/metric_data', 0.0)
harvest_timeslice_data(now)
begin
@service.metric_data(@last_harvest_time.to_f,
now.to_f,
@unsent_timeslice_data)
rescue UnrecoverableServerException => e
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug e.message
end
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "#{now}: sent #{@unsent_timeslice_data.length} timeslices (#{@service.agent_id}) in #{Time.now - now} seconds"
# if we successfully invoked this web service, then clear the unsent message cache.
@unsent_timeslice_data = {}
@last_harvest_time = now
end
# Fills the traces array with the harvested transactions from
# the transaction sampler, subject to the setting for slowest
# transaction threshold
def harvest_transaction_traces
@traces = @transaction_sampler.harvest(@traces)
@traces
end
def harvest_and_send_slowest_sql
# FIXME add the code to try to resend if our connection is down
sql_traces = @sql_sampler.harvest
unless sql_traces.empty?
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Sending (#{sql_traces.size}) sql traces"
begin
@service.sql_trace_data(sql_traces)
rescue UnrecoverableServerException => e
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug e.message
rescue => e
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Remerging SQL traces after #{e.class.name}: #{e.message}"
@sql_sampler.merge sql_traces
end
end
end
# This handles getting the transaction traces and then sending
# them across the wire. This includes gathering SQL
# explanations, stripping out stack traces, and normalizing
# SQL. note that we explain only the sql statements whose
# segments' execution times exceed our threshold (to avoid
# unnecessary overhead of running explains on fast queries.)
def harvest_and_send_slowest_sample
harvest_transaction_traces
unless @traces.empty?
now = Time.now
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Sending (#{@traces.length}) transaction traces"
begin
options = { :keep_backtraces => true }
if !(NewRelic::Agent::Database.record_sql_method == :off)
options[:record_sql] = NewRelic::Agent::Database.record_sql_method
end
if Agent.config[:'transaction_tracer.explain_enabled']
options[:explain_sql] = Agent.config[:'transaction_tracer.explain_threshold']
end
traces = @traces.map {|trace| trace.prepare_to_send(options) }
@service.transaction_sample_data(traces)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Sent slowest sample (#{@service.agent_id}) in #{Time.now - now} seconds"
rescue UnrecoverableServerException => e
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug e.message
end
end
# if we succeed sending this sample, then we don't need to keep
# the slowest sample around - it has been sent already and we
# can clear the collection and move on
@traces = nil
end
def harvest_and_send_thread_profile(disconnecting=false)
@thread_profiler.stop(true) if disconnecting
if @thread_profiler.finished?
profile = @thread_profiler.harvest
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Sending thread profile #{profile.profile_id}"
@service.profile_data(profile)
end
end
# Gets the collection of unsent errors from the error
# collector. We pass back in an existing array of errors that
# may be left over from a previous send
def harvest_errors
@unsent_errors = @error_collector.harvest_errors(@unsent_errors)
@unsent_errors
end
# Handles getting the errors from the error collector and
# sending them to the server, and any error cases like trying
# to send very large errors - we drop the oldest error on the
# floor and try again
def harvest_and_send_errors
harvest_errors
if @unsent_errors && @unsent_errors.length > 0
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Sending #{@unsent_errors.length} errors"
begin
@service.error_data(@unsent_errors)
rescue UnrecoverableServerException => e
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug e.message
end
# if the remote invocation fails, then we never clear
# @unsent_errors, and therefore we can re-attempt to send on
# the next heartbeat. Note the error collector maxes out at
# 20 instances to prevent leakage
@unsent_errors = []
end
end
def check_for_agent_commands
commands = @service.get_agent_commands
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Received get_agent_commands = #{commands.inspect}"
@thread_profiler.respond_to_commands(commands) do |command_id, error|
@service.agent_command_results(command_id, error)
end
end
def transmit_data(disconnecting=false)
now = Time.now
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Sending data to New Relic Service"
@service.session do # use http keep-alive
harvest_and_send_errors
harvest_and_send_slowest_sample
harvest_and_send_slowest_sql
harvest_and_send_timeslice_data
harvest_and_send_thread_profile(disconnecting)
check_for_agent_commands
end
rescue => e
retry_count ||= 0
retry_count += 1
if retry_count <= 1
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "retrying transmit_data after #{e}"
retry
end
raise e
ensure
NewRelic::Agent::Database.close_connections unless forked?
duration = (Time.now - now).to_f
@stats_engine.record_metrics('Supportability/Harvest', duration)
end
# This method contacts the server to send remaining data and
# let the server know that the agent is shutting down - this
# allows us to do things like accurately set the end of the
# lifetime of the process
#
# If this process comes from a parent process, it will not
# disconnect, so that the parent process can continue to send data
def graceful_disconnect
if connected?
begin
@service.request_timeout = 10
transmit_data(true)
if @connected_pid == $$ && !@service.kind_of?(NewRelic::Agent::NewRelicService)
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Sending New Relic service agent run shutdown message"
@service.shutdown(Time.now.to_f)
else
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "This agent connected from parent process #{@connected_pid}--not sending shutdown"
end
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Graceful disconnect complete"
rescue Timeout::Error, StandardError => e
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Error when disconnecting #{e.class.name}: #{e.message}"
end
else
::NewRelic::Agent.logger.debug "Bypassing graceful disconnect - agent not connected"
end
end
end
extend ClassMethods
include InstanceMethods
include BrowserMonitoring
end
end
end
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