Mmstats ❤ Django
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README.rst

About

Mmstats is a way to expose and read diagnostic values and metrics for applications. Think of mmstats as /proc for your application.

This project is an integration between mmstats and Django and includes a base mmstats model class (see django_mmstats/base.py) and middleware (see django_mmstats/middleware.py).

The middleware will create a request.stats mmstats instance on all request objects record basic metrics like average response time and counters for each status code.

Usage

See example/mmdjango for a full example of integrating Django and MmStats!

Step 0: pip install django-mmstats

Install django-mmstats in your Django project's Python path.

Step 1: Create your own stats class

Create your own stats subclass. It can be as simple as:

from django_mmstats.base import BaseDjangoStats

class DjangoStats(BaseDjangoStats):
    """Add mmstats fields here, just like Django models!"""

Step 2: Edit your settings.py

Make sure you include django_mmstats.middleware.MmStatsMiddleware in your MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES.

Then add the following settings so the middleware knows where to find your stats:

# MmStats Settings!
import stats
MMSTATS_CLASS = stats.DjangoStats  # Required
MMSTATS_OPTIONS = {}               # Optional kwargs to pass to MMSTATS_CLASS

Step 3: Test it out!

Run Django's test server and hit a couple pages. Then run slurpstats $TMP/mmstats-* to see the stats collected!