We support opentelemetry, so it should be possible to instrument ruby applications and visualise data on SigNoz. But we don't have lots of expertise in Ruby in the core team, so we have not tested this.
📌 TransmittableThreadLocal (TTL), the missing Java™ std lib(simple & 0-dependency) for framework/middleware, provide an enhanced InheritableThreadLocal that transmits values between threads even using thread pooling components.
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I fiddled around with bpftrace to write internal documentation for my colleagues on how to use it. I chose tracepoint:syscalls:sys_enter_mkdir as a suitable tracepoint for a simple demo, and wrote this code:
The Collect trait currently has several methods with default implementations that return an Option or some other "empty" or "default" type. In many cases, this isn't because it makes sense for those methods to be optional, but because they were added after v0.1.0 was released and making them mandatory would have been a
It seems to me that UTC is selected for on the wire representation of time as well as in the database (jaegertracing/jaeger#712), which sort of makes sense, at least with a somewhat naive handling of timezones. However, I think that the Jaeger UI should support displaying times in the timezone local to the user, i.e. of the browser as to reduce the mental load when viewing