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August 2022

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Created a pull request in elastic/apm-agent-nodejs that received 5 comments

test: bump test exitSpanMinDuration to avoid spurious test failures due to event-loop delay

In one of my PRs I saw this spurious test failure in drop-fast-exit-spans.test.js:…

+7 −6 5 comments
Reviewed 23 pull requests in 5 repositories
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Created an issue in elastic/apm-agent-nodejs that received 1 comment

an outgoing http.request(...) that fails with an 'error' event is not ended

Using this example script: // http-req-error.js const apm = require('./').start({ // elastic-apm-node serviceName: 'http-req-error' }) const http = r…

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