Collection of Consise Munin plugins for Rails server environments. This will make monitoring your rails app a piece of cake.
This project containse munin plugins that not only work in munin, but are also concise (see references). Most things in this repository rely heavily on the request-log-analyzer gem.
What's in the box?
passenger_status - Running, active and maximum number of passenger instances as well as sessions.
rails_database_time - Min, avg, max of database times.
rails_request_duration - Min, avg, max of the total request durations.
rails_request_error - Application errors and process blocker counters.
rails_requests - Get, put, post and delete requests.
rails_view_render_time - Min, avg and max view render times.
For screenshots, head over to: barttenbrinke.github.com/munin-plugins-rails/
The plugins follows the default munin installation scheme:
git clone git://github.com/barttenbrinke/munin-plugins-rails.git cp munin-plugins-rails/rails_requests /usr/share/munin/plugins/ chmod +x /usr/share/munin/plugins/rails_requests ln -s /usr/share/munin/plugins/rails_requests /etc/munin/plugins/rails_requests vi /etc/munin/plugin-conf.d/munin-node
Paste the configuration from the documentation of rails_requests into the munin-node file.
[rails_requests] env.log_file '/path/to/production.log' user www-data command /usr/local/bin/ruby %c
Run “/etc/munin/plugins/rails_requests autoconf” and “/etc/munin/plugins/rails_requests” to test the plugin.
For more detailed information, see the documentation embedded in the plugin. Each plugin is packed with an example config and a ln -s you can copy.
sudo gem install request-log-analyzer
Check if the paths in the plugin configuration are correct.
Make sure the specified user is allowed to write to /tmp and access your rails logfile.
If you encounter performance problems with your app, please take a look at the request-log-analyzer wiki on examples on how to drill down to the core of your problem. If you want to hire an expert, please visit us at railsdoctors.com or mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org