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go-metrics

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Go port of Coda Hale's Metrics library: https://github.com/dropwizard/metrics.

Documentation: https://godoc.org/github.com/rcrowley/go-metrics.

Usage

Create and update metrics:

c := metrics.NewCounter()
metrics.Register("foo", c)
c.Inc(47)

g := metrics.NewGauge()
metrics.Register("bar", g)
g.Update(47)

r := NewRegistry()
g := metrics.NewRegisteredFunctionalGauge("cache-evictions", r, func() int64 { return cache.getEvictionsCount() })

s := metrics.NewExpDecaySample(1028, 0.015) // or metrics.NewUniformSample(1028)
h := metrics.NewHistogram(s)
metrics.Register("baz", h)
h.Update(47)

m := metrics.NewMeter()
metrics.Register("quux", m)
m.Mark(47)

t := metrics.NewTimer()
metrics.Register("bang", t)
t.Time(func() {})
t.Update(47)

Register() is not threadsafe. For threadsafe metric registration use GetOrRegister:

t := metrics.GetOrRegisterTimer("account.create.latency", nil)
t.Time(func() {})
t.Update(47)

NOTE: Be sure to unregister short-lived meters and timers otherwise they will leak memory:

// Will call Stop() on the Meter to allow for garbage collection
metrics.Unregister("quux")
// Or similarly for a Timer that embeds a Meter
metrics.Unregister("bang")

Periodically log every metric in human-readable form to standard error:

go metrics.Log(metrics.DefaultRegistry, 5 * time.Second, log.New(os.Stderr, "metrics: ", log.Lmicroseconds))

Periodically log every metric in slightly-more-parseable form to syslog:

w, _ := syslog.Dial("unixgram", "/dev/log", syslog.LOG_INFO, "metrics")
go metrics.Syslog(metrics.DefaultRegistry, 60e9, w)

Periodically emit every metric to Graphite using the Graphite client:


import "github.com/cyberdelia/go-metrics-graphite"

addr, _ := net.ResolveTCPAddr("tcp", "127.0.0.1:2003")
go graphite.Graphite(metrics.DefaultRegistry, 10e9, "metrics", addr)

Periodically emit every metric into InfluxDB:

NOTE: this has been pulled out of the library due to constant fluctuations in the InfluxDB API. In fact, all client libraries are on their way out. see issues #121 and #124 for progress and details.

import "github.com/vrischmann/go-metrics-influxdb"

go influxdb.InfluxDB(metrics.DefaultRegistry,
  10e9, 
  "127.0.0.1:8086", 
  "database-name", 
  "username", 
  "password"
)

Periodically upload every metric to Librato using the Librato client:

Note: the client included with this repository under the librato package has been deprecated and moved to the repository linked above.

import "github.com/mihasya/go-metrics-librato"

go librato.Librato(metrics.DefaultRegistry,
    10e9,                  // interval
    "example@example.com", // account owner email address
    "token",               // Librato API token
    "hostname",            // source
    []float64{0.95},       // percentiles to send
    time.Millisecond,      // time unit
)

Periodically emit every metric to StatHat:

import "github.com/rcrowley/go-metrics/stathat"

go stathat.Stathat(metrics.DefaultRegistry, 10e9, "example@example.com")

Maintain all metrics along with expvars at /debug/metrics:

This uses the same mechanism as the official expvar but exposed under /debug/metrics, which shows a json representation of all your usual expvars as well as all your go-metrics.

import "github.com/rcrowley/go-metrics/exp"

exp.Exp(metrics.DefaultRegistry)

Installation

go get github.com/rcrowley/go-metrics

StatHat support additionally requires their Go client:

go get github.com/stathat/go

Publishing Metrics

Clients are available for the following destinations:

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Documentation

Overview

Go port of Coda Hale's Metrics library

<https://github.com/rcrowley/go-metrics>

Coda Hale's original work: <https://github.com/codahale/metrics>

Example

Code:

c := NewCounter()
Register("money", c)
c.Inc(17)

// Threadsafe registration
t := GetOrRegisterTimer("db.get.latency", nil)
t.Time(func() { time.Sleep(10 * time.Millisecond) })
t.Update(1)

fmt.Println(c.Count())
fmt.Println(t.Min())
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Index

Examples

Constants

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const InitialResettingTimerSliceCap = 10

Initial slice capacity for the values stored in a ResettingTimer

Variables

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var (
	DefaultRegistry    = NewRegistry()
	EphemeralRegistry  = NewRegistry()
	AccountingRegistry = NewRegistry() // registry used in swarm
)
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var Enabled = false

Enabled is checked by the constructor functions for all of the standard metrics. If it is true, the metric returned is a stub.

This global kill-switch helps quantify the observer effect and makes for less cluttered pprof profiles.

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var EnabledExpensive = false

EnabledExpensive is a soft-flag meant for external packages to check if costly metrics gathering is allowed or not. The goal is to separate standard metrics for health monitoring and debug metrics that might impact runtime performance.

Functions

func CaptureDebugGCStats

func CaptureDebugGCStats(r Registry, d time.Duration)

Capture new values for the Go garbage collector statistics exported in debug.GCStats. This is designed to be called as a goroutine.

func CaptureDebugGCStatsOnce

func CaptureDebugGCStatsOnce(r Registry)

Capture new values for the Go garbage collector statistics exported in debug.GCStats. This is designed to be called in a background goroutine. Giving a registry which has not been given to RegisterDebugGCStats will panic.

Be careful (but much less so) with this because debug.ReadGCStats calls the C function runtime·lock(runtime·mheap) which, while not a stop-the-world operation, isn't something you want to be doing all the time.

func CaptureRuntimeMemStats

func CaptureRuntimeMemStats(r Registry, d time.Duration)

Capture new values for the Go runtime statistics exported in runtime.MemStats. This is designed to be called as a goroutine.

func CaptureRuntimeMemStatsOnce

func CaptureRuntimeMemStatsOnce(r Registry)

Capture new values for the Go runtime statistics exported in runtime.MemStats. This is designed to be called in a background goroutine. Giving a registry which has not been given to RegisterRuntimeMemStats will panic.

Be very careful with this because runtime.ReadMemStats calls the C functions runtime·semacquire(&runtime·worldsema) and runtime·stoptheworld() and that last one does what it says on the tin.

func CollectProcessMetrics

func CollectProcessMetrics(refresh time.Duration)

CollectProcessMetrics periodically collects various metrics about the running process.

func Each

func Each(f func(string, interface{}))

Call the given function for each registered metric.

func Get

func Get(name string) interface{}

Get the metric by the given name or nil if none is registered.

func GetOrRegister

func GetOrRegister(name string, i interface{}) interface{}

Gets an existing metric or creates and registers a new one. Threadsafe alternative to calling Get and Register on failure.

func Graphite

func Graphite(r Registry, d time.Duration, prefix string, addr *net.TCPAddr)

Graphite is a blocking exporter function which reports metrics in r to a graphite server located at addr, flushing them every d duration and prepending metric names with prefix.

Example

Code:

addr, _ := net.ResolveTCPAddr("net", ":2003")
go Graphite(DefaultRegistry, 1*time.Second, "some.prefix", addr)

func GraphiteOnce

func GraphiteOnce(c GraphiteConfig) error

GraphiteOnce performs a single submission to Graphite, returning a non-nil error on failed connections. This can be used in a loop similar to GraphiteWithConfig for custom error handling.

func GraphiteWithConfig

func GraphiteWithConfig(c GraphiteConfig)

GraphiteWithConfig is a blocking exporter function just like Graphite, but it takes a GraphiteConfig instead.

Example

Code:

addr, _ := net.ResolveTCPAddr("net", ":2003")
go GraphiteWithConfig(GraphiteConfig{
	Addr:          addr,
	Registry:      DefaultRegistry,
	FlushInterval: 1 * time.Second,
	DurationUnit:  time.Millisecond,
	Percentiles:   []float64{0.5, 0.75, 0.99, 0.999},
})

func Log

func Log(r Registry, freq time.Duration, l Logger)

func LogScaled

func LogScaled(r Registry, freq time.Duration, scale time.Duration, l Logger)

Output each metric in the given registry periodically using the given logger. Print timings in `scale` units (eg time.Millisecond) rather than nanos.

func MustRegister

func MustRegister(name string, i interface{})

Register the given metric under the given name. Panics if a metric by the given name is already registered.

func OpenTSDB

func OpenTSDB(r Registry, d time.Duration, prefix string, addr *net.TCPAddr)

OpenTSDB is a blocking exporter function which reports metrics in r to a TSDB server located at addr, flushing them every d duration and prepending metric names with prefix.

Example

Code:

addr, _ := net.ResolveTCPAddr("net", ":2003")
go OpenTSDB(DefaultRegistry, 1*time.Second, "some.prefix", addr)

func OpenTSDBWithConfig

func OpenTSDBWithConfig(c OpenTSDBConfig)

OpenTSDBWithConfig is a blocking exporter function just like OpenTSDB, but it takes a OpenTSDBConfig instead.

Example

Code:

addr, _ := net.ResolveTCPAddr("net", ":2003")
go OpenTSDBWithConfig(OpenTSDBConfig{
	Addr:          addr,
	Registry:      DefaultRegistry,
	FlushInterval: 1 * time.Second,
	DurationUnit:  time.Millisecond,
})

func ReadCPUStats

func ReadCPUStats(stats *CPUStats)

ReadCPUStats retrieves the current CPU stats.

func ReadDiskStats

func ReadDiskStats(stats *DiskStats) error

ReadDiskStats retrieves the disk IO stats belonging to the current process.

func Register

func Register(name string, i interface{}) error

Register the given metric under the given name. Returns a DuplicateMetric if a metric by the given name is already registered.

func RegisterDebugGCStats

func RegisterDebugGCStats(r Registry)

Register metrics for the Go garbage collector statistics exported in debug.GCStats. The metrics are named by their fully-qualified Go symbols, i.e. debug.GCStats.PauseTotal.

func RegisterRuntimeMemStats

func RegisterRuntimeMemStats(r Registry)

Register runtimeMetrics for the Go runtime statistics exported in runtime and specifically runtime.MemStats. The runtimeMetrics are named by their fully-qualified Go symbols, i.e. runtime.MemStats.Alloc.

func RunHealthchecks

func RunHealthchecks()

Run all registered healthchecks.

func SampleMax

func SampleMax(values []int64) int64

SampleMax returns the maximum value of the slice of int64.

func SampleMean

func SampleMean(values []int64) float64

SampleMean returns the mean value of the slice of int64.

func SampleMin

func SampleMin(values []int64) int64

SampleMin returns the minimum value of the slice of int64.

func SamplePercentile

func SamplePercentile(values int64Slice, p float64) float64

SamplePercentiles returns an arbitrary percentile of the slice of int64.

func SamplePercentiles

func SamplePercentiles(values int64Slice, ps []float64) []float64

SamplePercentiles returns a slice of arbitrary percentiles of the slice of int64.

func SampleStdDev

func SampleStdDev(values []int64) float64

SampleStdDev returns the standard deviation of the slice of int64.

func SampleSum

func SampleSum(values []int64) int64

SampleSum returns the sum of the slice of int64.

func SampleVariance

func SampleVariance(values []int64) float64

SampleVariance returns the variance of the slice of int64.

func Syslog

func Syslog(r Registry, d time.Duration, w *syslog.Writer)

Output each metric in the given registry to syslog periodically using the given syslogger.

func Unregister

func Unregister(name string)

Unregister the metric with the given name.

func Write

func Write(r Registry, d time.Duration, w io.Writer)

Write sorts writes each metric in the given registry periodically to the given io.Writer.

func WriteJSON

func WriteJSON(r Registry, d time.Duration, w io.Writer)

WriteJSON writes metrics from the given registry periodically to the specified io.Writer as JSON.

func WriteJSONOnce

func WriteJSONOnce(r Registry, w io.Writer)

WriteJSONOnce writes metrics from the given registry to the specified io.Writer as JSON.

func WriteOnce

func WriteOnce(r Registry, w io.Writer)

WriteOnce sorts and writes metrics in the given registry to the given io.Writer.

Types

type CPUStats

type CPUStats struct {
	GlobalTime int64 // Time spent by the CPU working on all processes
	GlobalWait int64 // Time spent by waiting on disk for all processes
	LocalTime  int64 // Time spent by the CPU working on this process
}

CPUStats is the system and process CPU stats.

type Counter

type Counter interface {
	Clear()
	Count() int64
	Dec(int64)
	Inc(int64)
	Snapshot() Counter
}

Counters hold an int64 value that can be incremented and decremented.

func GetOrRegisterCounter

func GetOrRegisterCounter(name string, r Registry) Counter

GetOrRegisterCounter returns an existing Counter or constructs and registers a new StandardCounter.

func GetOrRegisterCounterForced

func GetOrRegisterCounterForced(name string, r Registry) Counter

GetOrRegisterCounterForced returns an existing Counter or constructs and registers a new Counter no matter the global switch is enabled or not. Be sure to unregister the counter from the registry once it is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

func NewCounter

func NewCounter() Counter

NewCounter constructs a new StandardCounter.

func NewCounterForced

func NewCounterForced() Counter

NewCounterForced constructs a new StandardCounter and returns it no matter if the global switch is enabled or not.

func NewRegisteredCounter

func NewRegisteredCounter(name string, r Registry) Counter

NewRegisteredCounter constructs and registers a new StandardCounter.

func NewRegisteredCounterForced

func NewRegisteredCounterForced(name string, r Registry) Counter

NewRegisteredCounterForced constructs and registers a new StandardCounter and launches a goroutine no matter the global switch is enabled or not. Be sure to unregister the counter from the registry once it is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

type CounterSnapshot

type CounterSnapshot int64

CounterSnapshot is a read-only copy of another Counter.

func (CounterSnapshot) Clear

func (CounterSnapshot) Clear()

Clear panics.

func (CounterSnapshot) Count

func (c CounterSnapshot) Count() int64

Count returns the count at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (CounterSnapshot) Dec

func (CounterSnapshot) Dec(int64)

Dec panics.

func (CounterSnapshot) Inc

func (CounterSnapshot) Inc(int64)

Inc panics.

func (CounterSnapshot) Snapshot

func (c CounterSnapshot) Snapshot() Counter

Snapshot returns the snapshot.

type DiskStats

type DiskStats struct {
	ReadCount  int64 // Number of read operations executed
	ReadBytes  int64 // Total number of bytes read
	WriteCount int64 // Number of write operations executed
	WriteBytes int64 // Total number of byte written
}

DiskStats is the per process disk io stats.

type DuplicateMetric

type DuplicateMetric string

DuplicateMetric is the error returned by Registry.Register when a metric already exists. If you mean to Register that metric you must first Unregister the existing metric.

func (DuplicateMetric) Error

func (err DuplicateMetric) Error() string

type EWMA

type EWMA interface {
	Rate() float64
	Snapshot() EWMA
	Tick()
	Update(int64)
}

EWMAs continuously calculate an exponentially-weighted moving average based on an outside source of clock ticks.

func NewEWMA

func NewEWMA(alpha float64) EWMA

NewEWMA constructs a new EWMA with the given alpha.

func NewEWMA1

func NewEWMA1() EWMA

NewEWMA1 constructs a new EWMA for a one-minute moving average.

func NewEWMA15

func NewEWMA15() EWMA

NewEWMA15 constructs a new EWMA for a fifteen-minute moving average.

func NewEWMA5

func NewEWMA5() EWMA

NewEWMA5 constructs a new EWMA for a five-minute moving average.

type EWMASnapshot

type EWMASnapshot float64

EWMASnapshot is a read-only copy of another EWMA.

func (EWMASnapshot) Rate

func (a EWMASnapshot) Rate() float64

Rate returns the rate of events per second at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (EWMASnapshot) Snapshot

func (a EWMASnapshot) Snapshot() EWMA

Snapshot returns the snapshot.

func (EWMASnapshot) Tick

func (EWMASnapshot) Tick()

Tick panics.

func (EWMASnapshot) Update

func (EWMASnapshot) Update(int64)

Update panics.

type ExpDecaySample

type ExpDecaySample struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

ExpDecaySample is an exponentially-decaying sample using a forward-decaying priority reservoir. See Cormode et al's "Forward Decay: A Practical Time Decay Model for Streaming Systems".

<http://dimacs.rutgers.edu/~graham/pubs/papers/fwddecay.pdf>

func (*ExpDecaySample) Clear

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Clear()

Clear clears all samples.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Count

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Count() int64

Count returns the number of samples recorded, which may exceed the reservoir size.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Max

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Max() int64

Max returns the maximum value in the sample, which may not be the maximum value ever to be part of the sample.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Mean

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Mean() float64

Mean returns the mean of the values in the sample.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Min

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Min() int64

Min returns the minimum value in the sample, which may not be the minimum value ever to be part of the sample.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Percentile

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Percentile(p float64) float64

Percentile returns an arbitrary percentile of values in the sample.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Percentiles

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Percentiles(ps []float64) []float64

Percentiles returns a slice of arbitrary percentiles of values in the sample.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Size

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Size() int

Size returns the size of the sample, which is at most the reservoir size.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Snapshot

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Snapshot() Sample

Snapshot returns a read-only copy of the sample.

func (*ExpDecaySample) StdDev

func (s *ExpDecaySample) StdDev() float64

StdDev returns the standard deviation of the values in the sample.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Sum

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Sum() int64

Sum returns the sum of the values in the sample.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Update

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Update(v int64)

Update samples a new value.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Values

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Values() []int64

Values returns a copy of the values in the sample.

func (*ExpDecaySample) Variance

func (s *ExpDecaySample) Variance() float64

Variance returns the variance of the values in the sample.

type FunctionalGauge

type FunctionalGauge struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

FunctionalGauge returns value from given function

func (FunctionalGauge) Dec

func (FunctionalGauge) Dec(int64)

Dec panics.

func (FunctionalGauge) Inc

func (FunctionalGauge) Inc(int64)

Inc panics.

func (FunctionalGauge) Snapshot

func (g FunctionalGauge) Snapshot() Gauge

Snapshot returns the snapshot.

func (FunctionalGauge) Update

func (FunctionalGauge) Update(int64)

Update panics.

func (FunctionalGauge) Value

func (g FunctionalGauge) Value() int64

Value returns the gauge's current value.

type FunctionalGaugeFloat64

type FunctionalGaugeFloat64 struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

FunctionalGaugeFloat64 returns value from given function

func (FunctionalGaugeFloat64) Snapshot

func (g FunctionalGaugeFloat64) Snapshot() GaugeFloat64

Snapshot returns the snapshot.

func (FunctionalGaugeFloat64) Update

Update panics.

func (FunctionalGaugeFloat64) Value

func (g FunctionalGaugeFloat64) Value() float64

Value returns the gauge's current value.

type Gauge

type Gauge interface {
	Snapshot() Gauge
	Update(int64)
	Dec(int64)
	Inc(int64)
	Value() int64
}

Gauges hold an int64 value that can be set arbitrarily.

func GetOrRegisterGauge

func GetOrRegisterGauge(name string, r Registry) Gauge

GetOrRegisterGauge returns an existing Gauge or constructs and registers a new StandardGauge.

Example

Code:

m := "server.bytes_sent"
g := GetOrRegisterGauge(m, nil)
g.Update(47)
fmt.Println(g.Value()) 
47

func NewFunctionalGauge

func NewFunctionalGauge(f func() int64) Gauge

NewFunctionalGauge constructs a new FunctionalGauge.

func NewGauge

func NewGauge() Gauge

NewGauge constructs a new StandardGauge.

func NewRegisteredFunctionalGauge

func NewRegisteredFunctionalGauge(name string, r Registry, f func() int64) Gauge

NewRegisteredFunctionalGauge constructs and registers a new StandardGauge.

func NewRegisteredGauge

func NewRegisteredGauge(name string, r Registry) Gauge

NewRegisteredGauge constructs and registers a new StandardGauge.

type GaugeFloat64

type GaugeFloat64 interface {
	Snapshot() GaugeFloat64
	Update(float64)
	Value() float64
}

GaugeFloat64s hold a float64 value that can be set arbitrarily.

func GetOrRegisterGaugeFloat64

func GetOrRegisterGaugeFloat64(name string, r Registry) GaugeFloat64

GetOrRegisterGaugeFloat64 returns an existing GaugeFloat64 or constructs and registers a new StandardGaugeFloat64.

func NewFunctionalGaugeFloat64

func NewFunctionalGaugeFloat64(f func() float64) GaugeFloat64

NewFunctionalGauge constructs a new FunctionalGauge.

func NewGaugeFloat64

func NewGaugeFloat64() GaugeFloat64

NewGaugeFloat64 constructs a new StandardGaugeFloat64.

func NewRegisteredFunctionalGaugeFloat64

func NewRegisteredFunctionalGaugeFloat64(name string, r Registry, f func() float64) GaugeFloat64

NewRegisteredFunctionalGauge constructs and registers a new StandardGauge.

func NewRegisteredGaugeFloat64

func NewRegisteredGaugeFloat64(name string, r Registry) GaugeFloat64

NewRegisteredGaugeFloat64 constructs and registers a new StandardGaugeFloat64.

type GaugeFloat64Snapshot

type GaugeFloat64Snapshot float64

GaugeFloat64Snapshot is a read-only copy of another GaugeFloat64.

func (GaugeFloat64Snapshot) Snapshot

func (g GaugeFloat64Snapshot) Snapshot() GaugeFloat64

Snapshot returns the snapshot.

func (GaugeFloat64Snapshot) Update

func (GaugeFloat64Snapshot) Update(float64)

Update panics.

func (GaugeFloat64Snapshot) Value

func (g GaugeFloat64Snapshot) Value() float64

Value returns the value at the time the snapshot was taken.

type GaugeSnapshot

type GaugeSnapshot int64

GaugeSnapshot is a read-only copy of another Gauge.

func (GaugeSnapshot) Dec

func (GaugeSnapshot) Dec(int64)

Dec panics.

func (GaugeSnapshot) Inc

func (GaugeSnapshot) Inc(int64)

Inc panics.

func (GaugeSnapshot) Snapshot

func (g GaugeSnapshot) Snapshot() Gauge

Snapshot returns the snapshot.

func (GaugeSnapshot) Update

func (GaugeSnapshot) Update(int64)

Update panics.

func (GaugeSnapshot) Value

func (g GaugeSnapshot) Value() int64

Value returns the value at the time the snapshot was taken.

type GraphiteConfig

type GraphiteConfig struct {
	Addr          *net.TCPAddr  // Network address to connect to
	Registry      Registry      // Registry to be exported
	FlushInterval time.Duration // Flush interval
	DurationUnit  time.Duration // Time conversion unit for durations
	Prefix        string        // Prefix to be prepended to metric names
	Percentiles   []float64     // Percentiles to export from timers and histograms
}

GraphiteConfig provides a container with configuration parameters for the Graphite exporter

type Healthcheck

type Healthcheck interface {
	Check()
	Error() error
	Healthy()
	Unhealthy(error)
}

Healthchecks hold an error value describing an arbitrary up/down status.

func NewHealthcheck

func NewHealthcheck(f func(Healthcheck)) Healthcheck

NewHealthcheck constructs a new Healthcheck which will use the given function to update its status.

type Histogram

type Histogram interface {
	Clear()
	Count() int64
	Max() int64
	Mean() float64
	Min() int64
	Percentile(float64) float64
	Percentiles([]float64) []float64
	Sample() Sample
	Snapshot() Histogram
	StdDev() float64
	Sum() int64
	Update(int64)
	Variance() float64
}

Histograms calculate distribution statistics from a series of int64 values.

func GetOrRegisterHistogram

func GetOrRegisterHistogram(name string, r Registry, s Sample) Histogram

GetOrRegisterHistogram returns an existing Histogram or constructs and registers a new StandardHistogram.

func NewHistogram

func NewHistogram(s Sample) Histogram

NewHistogram constructs a new StandardHistogram from a Sample.

func NewRegisteredHistogram

func NewRegisteredHistogram(name string, r Registry, s Sample) Histogram

NewRegisteredHistogram constructs and registers a new StandardHistogram from a Sample.

type HistogramSnapshot

type HistogramSnapshot struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

HistogramSnapshot is a read-only copy of another Histogram.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Clear

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Clear()

Clear panics.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Count

func (h *HistogramSnapshot) Count() int64

Count returns the number of samples recorded at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Max

func (h *HistogramSnapshot) Max() int64

Max returns the maximum value in the sample at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Mean

func (h *HistogramSnapshot) Mean() float64

Mean returns the mean of the values in the sample at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Min

func (h *HistogramSnapshot) Min() int64

Min returns the minimum value in the sample at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Percentile

func (h *HistogramSnapshot) Percentile(p float64) float64

Percentile returns an arbitrary percentile of values in the sample at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Percentiles

func (h *HistogramSnapshot) Percentiles(ps []float64) []float64

Percentiles returns a slice of arbitrary percentiles of values in the sample at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Sample

func (h *HistogramSnapshot) Sample() Sample

Sample returns the Sample underlying the histogram.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Snapshot

func (h *HistogramSnapshot) Snapshot() Histogram

Snapshot returns the snapshot.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) StdDev

func (h *HistogramSnapshot) StdDev() float64

StdDev returns the standard deviation of the values in the sample at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Sum

func (h *HistogramSnapshot) Sum() int64

Sum returns the sum in the sample at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Update

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Update(int64)

Update panics.

func (*HistogramSnapshot) Variance

func (h *HistogramSnapshot) Variance() float64

Variance returns the variance of inputs at the time the snapshot was taken.

type Int64Slice

type Int64Slice []int64

Int64Slice attaches the methods of sort.Interface to []int64, sorting in increasing order.

func (Int64Slice) Len

func (s Int64Slice) Len() int

func (Int64Slice) Less

func (s Int64Slice) Less(i, j int) bool

func (Int64Slice) Swap

func (s Int64Slice) Swap(i, j int)

type Logger

type Logger interface {
	Printf(format string, v ...interface{})
}

type Meter

type Meter interface {
	Count() int64
	Mark(int64)
	Rate1() float64
	Rate5() float64
	Rate15() float64
	RateMean() float64
	Snapshot() Meter
	Stop()
}

Meters count events to produce exponentially-weighted moving average rates at one-, five-, and fifteen-minutes and a mean rate.

func GetOrRegisterMeter

func GetOrRegisterMeter(name string, r Registry) Meter

GetOrRegisterMeter returns an existing Meter or constructs and registers a new StandardMeter. Be sure to unregister the meter from the registry once it is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

func GetOrRegisterMeterForced

func GetOrRegisterMeterForced(name string, r Registry) Meter

GetOrRegisterMeterForced returns an existing Meter or constructs and registers a new StandardMeter no matter the global switch is enabled or not. Be sure to unregister the meter from the registry once it is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

func NewMeter

func NewMeter() Meter

NewMeter constructs a new StandardMeter and launches a goroutine. Be sure to call Stop() once the meter is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

func NewMeterForced

func NewMeterForced() Meter

NewMeterForced constructs a new StandardMeter and launches a goroutine no matter the global switch is enabled or not. Be sure to call Stop() once the meter is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

func NewRegisteredMeter

func NewRegisteredMeter(name string, r Registry) Meter

NewRegisteredMeter constructs and registers a new StandardMeter and launches a goroutine. Be sure to unregister the meter from the registry once it is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

func NewRegisteredMeterForced

func NewRegisteredMeterForced(name string, r Registry) Meter

NewRegisteredMeterForced constructs and registers a new StandardMeter and launches a goroutine no matter the global switch is enabled or not. Be sure to unregister the meter from the registry once it is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

type MeterSnapshot

type MeterSnapshot struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

MeterSnapshot is a read-only copy of another Meter.

func (*MeterSnapshot) Count

func (m *MeterSnapshot) Count() int64

Count returns the count of events at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*MeterSnapshot) Mark

func (*MeterSnapshot) Mark(n int64)

Mark panics.

func (*MeterSnapshot) Rate1

func (m *MeterSnapshot) Rate1() float64

Rate1 returns the one-minute moving average rate of events per second at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*MeterSnapshot) Rate15

func (m *MeterSnapshot) Rate15() float64

Rate15 returns the fifteen-minute moving average rate of events per second at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*MeterSnapshot) Rate5

func (m *MeterSnapshot) Rate5() float64

Rate5 returns the five-minute moving average rate of events per second at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*MeterSnapshot) RateMean

func (m *MeterSnapshot) RateMean() float64

RateMean returns the meter's mean rate of events per second at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*MeterSnapshot) Snapshot

func (m *MeterSnapshot) Snapshot() Meter

Snapshot returns the snapshot.

func (*MeterSnapshot) Stop

func (m *MeterSnapshot) Stop()

Stop is a no-op.

type NilCounter

type NilCounter struct{}

NilCounter is a no-op Counter.

func (NilCounter) Clear

func (NilCounter) Clear()

Clear is a no-op.

func (NilCounter) Count

func (NilCounter) Count() int64

Count is a no-op.

func (NilCounter) Dec

func (NilCounter) Dec(i int64)

Dec is a no-op.

func (NilCounter) Inc

func (NilCounter) Inc(i int64)

Inc is a no-op.

func (NilCounter) Snapshot

func (NilCounter) Snapshot() Counter

Snapshot is a no-op.

type NilEWMA

type NilEWMA struct{}

NilEWMA is a no-op EWMA.

func (NilEWMA) Rate

func (NilEWMA) Rate() float64

Rate is a no-op.

func (NilEWMA) Snapshot

func (NilEWMA) Snapshot() EWMA

Snapshot is a no-op.

func (NilEWMA) Tick

func (NilEWMA) Tick()

Tick is a no-op.

func (NilEWMA) Update

func (NilEWMA) Update(n int64)

Update is a no-op.

type NilGauge

type NilGauge struct{}

NilGauge is a no-op Gauge.

func (NilGauge) Dec

func (NilGauge) Dec(i int64)

Dec is a no-op.

func (NilGauge) Inc

func (NilGauge) Inc(i int64)

Inc is a no-op.

func (NilGauge) Snapshot

func (NilGauge) Snapshot() Gauge

Snapshot is a no-op.

func (NilGauge) Update

func (NilGauge) Update(v int64)

Update is a no-op.

func (NilGauge) Value

func (NilGauge) Value() int64

Value is a no-op.

type NilGaugeFloat64

type NilGaugeFloat64 struct{}

NilGauge is a no-op Gauge.

func (NilGaugeFloat64) Snapshot

func (NilGaugeFloat64) Snapshot() GaugeFloat64

Snapshot is a no-op.

func (NilGaugeFloat64) Update

func (NilGaugeFloat64) Update(v float64)

Update is a no-op.

func (NilGaugeFloat64) Value

func (NilGaugeFloat64) Value() float64

Value is a no-op.

type NilHealthcheck

type NilHealthcheck struct{}

NilHealthcheck is a no-op.

func (NilHealthcheck) Check

func (NilHealthcheck) Check()

Check is a no-op.

func (NilHealthcheck) Error

func (NilHealthcheck) Error() error

Error is a no-op.

func (NilHealthcheck) Healthy

func (NilHealthcheck) Healthy()

Healthy is a no-op.

func (NilHealthcheck) Unhealthy

func (NilHealthcheck) Unhealthy(error)

Unhealthy is a no-op.

type NilHistogram

type NilHistogram struct{}

NilHistogram is a no-op Histogram.

func (NilHistogram) Clear

func (NilHistogram) Clear()

Clear is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) Count

func (NilHistogram) Count() int64

Count is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) Max

func (NilHistogram) Max() int64

Max is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) Mean

func (NilHistogram) Mean() float64

Mean is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) Min

func (NilHistogram) Min() int64

Min is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) Percentile

func (NilHistogram) Percentile(p float64) float64

Percentile is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) Percentiles

func (NilHistogram) Percentiles(ps []float64) []float64

Percentiles is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) Sample

func (NilHistogram) Sample() Sample

Sample is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) Snapshot

func (NilHistogram) Snapshot() Histogram

Snapshot is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) StdDev

func (NilHistogram) StdDev() float64

StdDev is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) Sum

func (NilHistogram) Sum() int64

Sum is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) Update

func (NilHistogram) Update(v int64)

Update is a no-op.

func (NilHistogram) Variance

func (NilHistogram) Variance() float64

Variance is a no-op.

type NilMeter

type NilMeter struct{}

NilMeter is a no-op Meter.

func (NilMeter) Count

func (NilMeter) Count() int64

Count is a no-op.

func (NilMeter) Mark

func (NilMeter) Mark(n int64)

Mark is a no-op.

func (NilMeter) Rate1

func (NilMeter) Rate1() float64

Rate1 is a no-op.

func (NilMeter) Rate15

func (NilMeter) Rate15() float64

Rate15is a no-op.

func (NilMeter) Rate5

func (NilMeter) Rate5() float64

Rate5 is a no-op.

func (NilMeter) RateMean

func (NilMeter) RateMean() float64

RateMean is a no-op.

func (NilMeter) Snapshot

func (NilMeter) Snapshot() Meter

Snapshot is a no-op.

func (NilMeter) Stop

func (NilMeter) Stop()

Stop is a no-op.

type NilResettingTimer

type NilResettingTimer struct {
}

NilResettingTimer is a no-op ResettingTimer.

func (NilResettingTimer) Mean

func (NilResettingTimer) Mean() float64

Mean panics.

func (NilResettingTimer) Percentiles

func (NilResettingTimer) Percentiles([]float64) []int64

Percentiles panics.

func (NilResettingTimer) Snapshot

func (NilResettingTimer) Snapshot() ResettingTimer

Snapshot is a no-op.

func (NilResettingTimer) Time

func (NilResettingTimer) Time(func())

Time is a no-op.

func (NilResettingTimer) Update

Update is a no-op.

func (NilResettingTimer) UpdateSince

func (NilResettingTimer) UpdateSince(time.Time)

UpdateSince is a no-op.

func (NilResettingTimer) Values

func (NilResettingTimer) Values() []int64

Values is a no-op.

type NilSample

type NilSample struct{}

NilSample is a no-op Sample.

func (NilSample) Clear

func (NilSample) Clear()

Clear is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Count

func (NilSample) Count() int64

Count is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Max

func (NilSample) Max() int64

Max is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Mean

func (NilSample) Mean() float64

Mean is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Min

func (NilSample) Min() int64

Min is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Percentile

func (NilSample) Percentile(p float64) float64

Percentile is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Percentiles

func (NilSample) Percentiles(ps []float64) []float64

Percentiles is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Size

func (NilSample) Size() int

Size is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Snapshot

func (NilSample) Snapshot() Sample

Sample is a no-op.

func (NilSample) StdDev

func (NilSample) StdDev() float64

StdDev is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Sum

func (NilSample) Sum() int64

Sum is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Update

func (NilSample) Update(v int64)

Update is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Values

func (NilSample) Values() []int64

Values is a no-op.

func (NilSample) Variance

func (NilSample) Variance() float64

Variance is a no-op.

type NilTimer

type NilTimer struct{}

NilTimer is a no-op Timer.

func (NilTimer) Count

func (NilTimer) Count() int64

Count is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Max

func (NilTimer) Max() int64

Max is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Mean

func (NilTimer) Mean() float64

Mean is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Min

func (NilTimer) Min() int64

Min is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Percentile

func (NilTimer) Percentile(p float64) float64

Percentile is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Percentiles

func (NilTimer) Percentiles(ps []float64) []float64

Percentiles is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Rate1

func (NilTimer) Rate1() float64

Rate1 is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Rate15

func (NilTimer) Rate15() float64

Rate15 is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Rate5

func (NilTimer) Rate5() float64

Rate5 is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) RateMean

func (NilTimer) RateMean() float64

RateMean is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Snapshot

func (NilTimer) Snapshot() Timer

Snapshot is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) StdDev

func (NilTimer) StdDev() float64

StdDev is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Stop

func (NilTimer) Stop()

Stop is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Sum

func (NilTimer) Sum() int64

Sum is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Time

func (NilTimer) Time(func())

Time is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Update

func (NilTimer) Update(time.Duration)

Update is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) UpdateSince

func (NilTimer) UpdateSince(time.Time)

UpdateSince is a no-op.

func (NilTimer) Variance

func (NilTimer) Variance() float64

Variance is a no-op.

type OpenTSDBConfig

type OpenTSDBConfig struct {
	Addr          *net.TCPAddr  // Network address to connect to
	Registry      Registry      // Registry to be exported
	FlushInterval time.Duration // Flush interval
	DurationUnit  time.Duration // Time conversion unit for durations
	Prefix        string        // Prefix to be prepended to metric names
}

OpenTSDBConfig provides a container with configuration parameters for the OpenTSDB exporter

type PrefixedRegistry

type PrefixedRegistry struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

func (*PrefixedRegistry) Each

func (r *PrefixedRegistry) Each(fn func(string, interface{}))

Call the given function for each registered metric.

func (*PrefixedRegistry) Get

func (r *PrefixedRegistry) Get(name string) interface{}

Get the metric by the given name or nil if none is registered.

func (*PrefixedRegistry) GetAll

func (r *PrefixedRegistry) GetAll() map[string]map[string]interface{}

GetAll metrics in the Registry

func (*PrefixedRegistry) GetOrRegister

func (r *PrefixedRegistry) GetOrRegister(name string, metric interface{}) interface{}

Gets an existing metric or registers the given one. The interface can be the metric to register if not found in registry, or a function returning the metric for lazy instantiation.

func (*PrefixedRegistry) MarshalJSON

func (p *PrefixedRegistry) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

func (*PrefixedRegistry) Register

func (r *PrefixedRegistry) Register(name string, metric interface{}) error

Register the given metric under the given name. The name will be prefixed.

func (*PrefixedRegistry) RunHealthchecks

func (r *PrefixedRegistry) RunHealthchecks()

Run all registered healthchecks.

func (*PrefixedRegistry) Unregister

func (r *PrefixedRegistry) Unregister(name string)

Unregister the metric with the given name. The name will be prefixed.

func (*PrefixedRegistry) UnregisterAll

func (r *PrefixedRegistry) UnregisterAll()

Unregister all metrics. (Mostly for testing.)

type Registry

type Registry interface {

	// Call the given function for each registered metric.
	Each(func(string, interface{}))

	// Get the metric by the given name or nil if none is registered.
	Get(string) interface{}

	// GetAll metrics in the Registry.
	GetAll() map[string]map[string]interface{}

	// Gets an existing metric or registers the given one.
	// The interface can be the metric to register if not found in registry,
	// or a function returning the metric for lazy instantiation.
	GetOrRegister(string, interface{}) interface{}

	// Register the given metric under the given name.
	Register(string, interface{}) error

	// Run all registered healthchecks.
	RunHealthchecks()

	// Unregister the metric with the given name.
	Unregister(string)

	// Unregister all metrics.  (Mostly for testing.)
	UnregisterAll()
}

A Registry holds references to a set of metrics by name and can iterate over them, calling callback functions provided by the user.

This is an interface so as to encourage other structs to implement the Registry API as appropriate.

func NewPrefixedChildRegistry

func NewPrefixedChildRegistry(parent Registry, prefix string) Registry

func NewPrefixedRegistry

func NewPrefixedRegistry(prefix string) Registry

func NewRegistry

func NewRegistry() Registry

Create a new registry.

type ResettingTimer

type ResettingTimer interface {
	Values() []int64
	Snapshot() ResettingTimer
	Percentiles([]float64) []int64
	Mean() float64
	Time(func())
	Update(time.Duration)
	UpdateSince(time.Time)
}

ResettingTimer is used for storing aggregated values for timers, which are reset on every flush interval.

func GetOrRegisterResettingTimer

func GetOrRegisterResettingTimer(name string, r Registry) ResettingTimer

GetOrRegisterResettingTimer returns an existing ResettingTimer or constructs and registers a new StandardResettingTimer.

func NewRegisteredResettingTimer

func NewRegisteredResettingTimer(name string, r Registry) ResettingTimer

NewRegisteredResettingTimer constructs and registers a new StandardResettingTimer.

func NewResettingTimer

func NewResettingTimer() ResettingTimer

NewResettingTimer constructs a new StandardResettingTimer

type ResettingTimerSnapshot

type ResettingTimerSnapshot struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

ResettingTimerSnapshot is a point-in-time copy of another ResettingTimer.

func (*ResettingTimerSnapshot) Mean

func (t *ResettingTimerSnapshot) Mean() float64

Mean returns the mean of the snapshotted values

func (*ResettingTimerSnapshot) Percentiles

func (t *ResettingTimerSnapshot) Percentiles(percentiles []float64) []int64

Percentiles returns the boundaries for the input percentiles.

func (*ResettingTimerSnapshot) Snapshot

func (t *ResettingTimerSnapshot) Snapshot() ResettingTimer

Snapshot returns the snapshot.

func (*ResettingTimerSnapshot) Time

func (*ResettingTimerSnapshot) Time(func())

Time panics.

func (*ResettingTimerSnapshot) Update

Update panics.

func (*ResettingTimerSnapshot) UpdateSince

func (*ResettingTimerSnapshot) UpdateSince(time.Time)

UpdateSince panics.

func (*ResettingTimerSnapshot) Values

func (t *ResettingTimerSnapshot) Values() []int64

Values returns all values from snapshot.

type Sample

type Sample interface {
	Clear()
	Count() int64
	Max() int64
	Mean() float64
	Min() int64
	Percentile(float64) float64
	Percentiles([]float64) []float64
	Size() int
	Snapshot() Sample
	StdDev() float64
	Sum() int64
	Update(int64)
	Values() []int64
	Variance() float64
}

Samples maintain a statistically-significant selection of values from a stream.

func NewExpDecaySample

func NewExpDecaySample(reservoirSize int, alpha float64) Sample

NewExpDecaySample constructs a new exponentially-decaying sample with the given reservoir size and alpha.

func NewUniformSample

func NewUniformSample(reservoirSize int) Sample

NewUniformSample constructs a new uniform sample with the given reservoir size.

type SampleSnapshot

type SampleSnapshot struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

SampleSnapshot is a read-only copy of another Sample.

func NewSampleSnapshot

func NewSampleSnapshot(count int64, values []int64) *SampleSnapshot

func (*SampleSnapshot) Clear

func (*SampleSnapshot) Clear()

Clear panics.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Count

func (s *SampleSnapshot) Count() int64

Count returns the count of inputs at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Max

func (s *SampleSnapshot) Max() int64

Max returns the maximal value at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Mean

func (s *SampleSnapshot) Mean() float64

Mean returns the mean value at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Min

func (s *SampleSnapshot) Min() int64

Min returns the minimal value at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Percentile

func (s *SampleSnapshot) Percentile(p float64) float64

Percentile returns an arbitrary percentile of values at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Percentiles

func (s *SampleSnapshot) Percentiles(ps []float64) []float64

Percentiles returns a slice of arbitrary percentiles of values at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Size

func (s *SampleSnapshot) Size() int

Size returns the size of the sample at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Snapshot

func (s *SampleSnapshot) Snapshot() Sample

Snapshot returns the snapshot.

func (*SampleSnapshot) StdDev

func (s *SampleSnapshot) StdDev() float64

StdDev returns the standard deviation of values at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Sum

func (s *SampleSnapshot) Sum() int64

Sum returns the sum of values at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Update

func (*SampleSnapshot) Update(int64)

Update panics.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Values

func (s *SampleSnapshot) Values() []int64

Values returns a copy of the values in the sample.

func (*SampleSnapshot) Variance

func (s *SampleSnapshot) Variance() float64

Variance returns the variance of values at the time the snapshot was taken.

type StandardCounter

type StandardCounter struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

StandardCounter is the standard implementation of a Counter and uses the sync/atomic package to manage a single int64 value.

func (*StandardCounter) Clear

func (c *StandardCounter) Clear()

Clear sets the counter to zero.

func (*StandardCounter) Count

func (c *StandardCounter) Count() int64

Count returns the current count.

func (*StandardCounter) Dec

func (c *StandardCounter) Dec(i int64)

Dec decrements the counter by the given amount.

func (*StandardCounter) Inc

func (c *StandardCounter) Inc(i int64)

Inc increments the counter by the given amount.

func (*StandardCounter) Snapshot

func (c *StandardCounter) Snapshot() Counter

Snapshot returns a read-only copy of the counter.

type StandardEWMA

type StandardEWMA struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

StandardEWMA is the standard implementation of an EWMA and tracks the number of uncounted events and processes them on each tick. It uses the sync/atomic package to manage uncounted events.

func (*StandardEWMA) Rate

func (a *StandardEWMA) Rate() float64

Rate returns the moving average rate of events per second.

func (*StandardEWMA) Snapshot

func (a *StandardEWMA) Snapshot() EWMA

Snapshot returns a read-only copy of the EWMA.

func (*StandardEWMA) Tick

func (a *StandardEWMA) Tick()

Tick ticks the clock to update the moving average. It assumes it is called every five seconds.

func (*StandardEWMA) Update

func (a *StandardEWMA) Update(n int64)

Update adds n uncounted events.

type StandardGauge

type StandardGauge struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

StandardGauge is the standard implementation of a Gauge and uses the sync/atomic package to manage a single int64 value.

func (*StandardGauge) Dec

func (g *StandardGauge) Dec(i int64)

Dec decrements the gauge's current value by the given amount.

func (*StandardGauge) Inc

func (g *StandardGauge) Inc(i int64)

Inc increments the gauge's current value by the given amount.

func (*StandardGauge) Snapshot

func (g *StandardGauge) Snapshot() Gauge

Snapshot returns a read-only copy of the gauge.

func (*StandardGauge) Update

func (g *StandardGauge) Update(v int64)

Update updates the gauge's value.

func (*StandardGauge) Value

func (g *StandardGauge) Value() int64

Value returns the gauge's current value.

type StandardGaugeFloat64

type StandardGaugeFloat64 struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

StandardGaugeFloat64 is the standard implementation of a GaugeFloat64 and uses sync.Mutex to manage a single float64 value.

func (*StandardGaugeFloat64) Snapshot

func (g *StandardGaugeFloat64) Snapshot() GaugeFloat64

Snapshot returns a read-only copy of the gauge.

func (*StandardGaugeFloat64) Update

func (g *StandardGaugeFloat64) Update(v float64)

Update updates the gauge's value.

func (*StandardGaugeFloat64) Value

func (g *StandardGaugeFloat64) Value() float64

Value returns the gauge's current value.

type StandardHealthcheck

type StandardHealthcheck struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

StandardHealthcheck is the standard implementation of a Healthcheck and stores the status and a function to call to update the status.

func (*StandardHealthcheck) Check

func (h *StandardHealthcheck) Check()

Check runs the healthcheck function to update the healthcheck's status.

func (*StandardHealthcheck) Error

func (h *StandardHealthcheck) Error() error

Error returns the healthcheck's status, which will be nil if it is healthy.

func (*StandardHealthcheck) Healthy

func (h *StandardHealthcheck) Healthy()

Healthy marks the healthcheck as healthy.

func (*StandardHealthcheck) Unhealthy

func (h *StandardHealthcheck) Unhealthy(err error)

Unhealthy marks the healthcheck as unhealthy. The error is stored and may be retrieved by the Error method.

type StandardHistogram

type StandardHistogram struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

StandardHistogram is the standard implementation of a Histogram and uses a Sample to bound its memory use.

func (*StandardHistogram) Clear

func (h *StandardHistogram) Clear()

Clear clears the histogram and its sample.

func (*StandardHistogram) Count

func (h *StandardHistogram) Count() int64

Count returns the number of samples recorded since the histogram was last cleared.

func (*StandardHistogram) Max

func (h *StandardHistogram) Max() int64

Max returns the maximum value in the sample.

func (*StandardHistogram) Mean

func (h *StandardHistogram) Mean() float64

Mean returns the mean of the values in the sample.

func (*StandardHistogram) Min

func (h *StandardHistogram) Min() int64

Min returns the minimum value in the sample.

func (*StandardHistogram) Percentile

func (h *StandardHistogram) Percentile(p float64) float64

Percentile returns an arbitrary percentile of the values in the sample.

func (*StandardHistogram) Percentiles

func (h *StandardHistogram) Percentiles(ps []float64) []float64

Percentiles returns a slice of arbitrary percentiles of the values in the sample.

func (*StandardHistogram) Sample

func (h *StandardHistogram) Sample() Sample

Sample returns the Sample underlying the histogram.

func (*StandardHistogram) Snapshot

func (h *StandardHistogram) Snapshot() Histogram

Snapshot returns a read-only copy of the histogram.

func (*StandardHistogram) StdDev

func (h *StandardHistogram) StdDev() float64

StdDev returns the standard deviation of the values in the sample.

func (*StandardHistogram) Sum

func (h *StandardHistogram) Sum() int64

Sum returns the sum in the sample.

func (*StandardHistogram) Update

func (h *StandardHistogram) Update(v int64)

Update samples a new value.

func (*StandardHistogram) Variance

func (h *StandardHistogram) Variance() float64

Variance returns the variance of the values in the sample.

type StandardMeter

type StandardMeter struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

StandardMeter is the standard implementation of a Meter.

func (*StandardMeter) Count

func (m *StandardMeter) Count() int64

Count returns the number of events recorded.

func (*StandardMeter) Mark

func (m *StandardMeter) Mark(n int64)

Mark records the occurrence of n events.

func (*StandardMeter) Rate1

func (m *StandardMeter) Rate1() float64

Rate1 returns the one-minute moving average rate of events per second.

func (*StandardMeter) Rate15

func (m *StandardMeter) Rate15() float64

Rate15 returns the fifteen-minute moving average rate of events per second.

func (*StandardMeter) Rate5

func (m *StandardMeter) Rate5() float64

Rate5 returns the five-minute moving average rate of events per second.

func (*StandardMeter) RateMean

func (m *StandardMeter) RateMean() float64

RateMean returns the meter's mean rate of events per second.

func (*StandardMeter) Snapshot

func (m *StandardMeter) Snapshot() Meter

Snapshot returns a read-only copy of the meter.

func (*StandardMeter) Stop

func (m *StandardMeter) Stop()

Stop stops the meter, Mark() will be a no-op if you use it after being stopped.

type StandardRegistry

type StandardRegistry struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

The standard implementation of a Registry is a mutex-protected map of names to metrics.

func (*StandardRegistry) Each

func (r *StandardRegistry) Each(f func(string, interface{}))

Call the given function for each registered metric.

func (*StandardRegistry) Get

func (r *StandardRegistry) Get(name string) interface{}

Get the metric by the given name or nil if none is registered.

func (*StandardRegistry) GetAll

func (r *StandardRegistry) GetAll() map[string]map[string]interface{}

GetAll metrics in the Registry

func (*StandardRegistry) GetOrRegister

func (r *StandardRegistry) GetOrRegister(name string, i interface{}) interface{}

Gets an existing metric or creates and registers a new one. Threadsafe alternative to calling Get and Register on failure. The interface can be the metric to register if not found in registry, or a function returning the metric for lazy instantiation.

func (*StandardRegistry) MarshalJSON

func (r *StandardRegistry) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

MarshalJSON returns a byte slice containing a JSON representation of all the metrics in the Registry.

func (*StandardRegistry) Register

func (r *StandardRegistry) Register(name string, i interface{}) error

Register the given metric under the given name. Returns a DuplicateMetric if a metric by the given name is already registered.

func (*StandardRegistry) RunHealthchecks

func (r *StandardRegistry) RunHealthchecks()

Run all registered healthchecks.

func (*StandardRegistry) Unregister

func (r *StandardRegistry) Unregister(name string)

Unregister the metric with the given name.

func (*StandardRegistry) UnregisterAll

func (r *StandardRegistry) UnregisterAll()

Unregister all metrics. (Mostly for testing.)

type StandardResettingTimer

type StandardResettingTimer struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

StandardResettingTimer is the standard implementation of a ResettingTimer. and Meter.

func (*StandardResettingTimer) Mean

func (t *StandardResettingTimer) Mean() float64

Mean panics.

func (*StandardResettingTimer) Percentiles

func (t *StandardResettingTimer) Percentiles([]float64) []int64

Percentiles panics.

func (*StandardResettingTimer) Snapshot

func (t *StandardResettingTimer) Snapshot() ResettingTimer

Snapshot resets the timer and returns a read-only copy of its contents.

func (*StandardResettingTimer) Time

func (t *StandardResettingTimer) Time(f func())

Record the duration of the execution of the given function.

func (*StandardResettingTimer) Update

func (t *StandardResettingTimer) Update(d time.Duration)

Record the duration of an event.

func (*StandardResettingTimer) UpdateSince

func (t *StandardResettingTimer) UpdateSince(ts time.Time)

Record the duration of an event that started at a time and ends now.

func (*StandardResettingTimer) Values

func (t *StandardResettingTimer) Values() []int64

Values returns a slice with all measurements.

type StandardTimer

type StandardTimer struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

StandardTimer is the standard implementation of a Timer and uses a Histogram and Meter.

func (*StandardTimer) Count

func (t *StandardTimer) Count() int64

Count returns the number of events recorded.

func (*StandardTimer) Max

func (t *StandardTimer) Max() int64

Max returns the maximum value in the sample.

func (*StandardTimer) Mean

func (t *StandardTimer) Mean() float64

Mean returns the mean of the values in the sample.

func (*StandardTimer) Min

func (t *StandardTimer) Min() int64

Min returns the minimum value in the sample.

func (*StandardTimer) Percentile

func (t *StandardTimer) Percentile(p float64) float64

Percentile returns an arbitrary percentile of the values in the sample.

func (*StandardTimer) Percentiles

func (t *StandardTimer) Percentiles(ps []float64) []float64

Percentiles returns a slice of arbitrary percentiles of the values in the sample.

func (*StandardTimer) Rate1

func (t *StandardTimer) Rate1() float64

Rate1 returns the one-minute moving average rate of events per second.

func (*StandardTimer) Rate15

func (t *StandardTimer) Rate15() float64

Rate15 returns the fifteen-minute moving average rate of events per second.

func (*StandardTimer) Rate5

func (t *StandardTimer) Rate5() float64

Rate5 returns the five-minute moving average rate of events per second.

func (*StandardTimer) RateMean

func (t *StandardTimer) RateMean() float64

RateMean returns the meter's mean rate of events per second.

func (*StandardTimer) Snapshot

func (t *StandardTimer) Snapshot() Timer

Snapshot returns a read-only copy of the timer.

func (*StandardTimer) StdDev

func (t *StandardTimer) StdDev() float64

StdDev returns the standard deviation of the values in the sample.

func (*StandardTimer) Stop

func (t *StandardTimer) Stop()

Stop stops the meter.

func (*StandardTimer) Sum

func (t *StandardTimer) Sum() int64

Sum returns the sum in the sample.

func (*StandardTimer) Time

func (t *StandardTimer) Time(f func())

Record the duration of the execution of the given function.

func (*StandardTimer) Update

func (t *StandardTimer) Update(d time.Duration)

Record the duration of an event.

func (*StandardTimer) UpdateSince

func (t *StandardTimer) UpdateSince(ts time.Time)

Record the duration of an event that started at a time and ends now.

func (*StandardTimer) Variance

func (t *StandardTimer) Variance() float64

Variance returns the variance of the values in the sample.

type Stoppable

type Stoppable interface {
	Stop()
}

Stoppable defines the metrics which has to be stopped.

type Timer

type Timer interface {
	Count() int64
	Max() int64
	Mean() float64
	Min() int64
	Percentile(float64) float64
	Percentiles([]float64) []float64
	Rate1() float64
	Rate5() float64
	Rate15() float64
	RateMean() float64
	Snapshot() Timer
	StdDev() float64
	Stop()
	Sum() int64
	Time(func())
	Update(time.Duration)
	UpdateSince(time.Time)
	Variance() float64
}

Timers capture the duration and rate of events.

func GetOrRegisterTimer

func GetOrRegisterTimer(name string, r Registry) Timer

GetOrRegisterTimer returns an existing Timer or constructs and registers a new StandardTimer. Be sure to unregister the meter from the registry once it is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

Example

Code:

m := "account.create.latency"
t := GetOrRegisterTimer(m, nil)
t.Update(47)
fmt.Println(t.Max()) 
47

func NewCustomTimer

func NewCustomTimer(h Histogram, m Meter) Timer

NewCustomTimer constructs a new StandardTimer from a Histogram and a Meter. Be sure to call Stop() once the timer is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

func NewRegisteredTimer

func NewRegisteredTimer(name string, r Registry) Timer

NewRegisteredTimer constructs and registers a new StandardTimer. Be sure to unregister the meter from the registry once it is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

func NewTimer

func NewTimer() Timer

NewTimer constructs a new StandardTimer using an exponentially-decaying sample with the same reservoir size and alpha as UNIX load averages. Be sure to call Stop() once the timer is of no use to allow for garbage collection.

type TimerSnapshot

type TimerSnapshot struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

TimerSnapshot is a read-only copy of another Timer.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Count

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Count() int64

Count returns the number of events recorded at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Max

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Max() int64

Max returns the maximum value at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Mean

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Mean() float64

Mean returns the mean value at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Min

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Min() int64

Min returns the minimum value at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Percentile

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Percentile(p float64) float64

Percentile returns an arbitrary percentile of sampled values at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Percentiles

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Percentiles(ps []float64) []float64

Percentiles returns a slice of arbitrary percentiles of sampled values at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Rate1

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Rate1() float64

Rate1 returns the one-minute moving average rate of events per second at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Rate15

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Rate15() float64

Rate15 returns the fifteen-minute moving average rate of events per second at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Rate5

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Rate5() float64

Rate5 returns the five-minute moving average rate of events per second at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) RateMean

func (t *TimerSnapshot) RateMean() float64

RateMean returns the meter's mean rate of events per second at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Snapshot

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Snapshot() Timer

Snapshot returns the snapshot.

func (*TimerSnapshot) StdDev

func (t *TimerSnapshot) StdDev() float64

StdDev returns the standard deviation of the values at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Stop

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Stop()

Stop is a no-op.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Sum

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Sum() int64

Sum returns the sum at the time the snapshot was taken.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Time

func (*TimerSnapshot) Time(func())

Time panics.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Update

func (*TimerSnapshot) Update(time.Duration)

Update panics.

func (*TimerSnapshot) UpdateSince

func (*TimerSnapshot) UpdateSince(time.Time)

UpdateSince panics.

func (*TimerSnapshot) Variance

func (t *TimerSnapshot) Variance() float64

Variance returns the variance of the values at the time the snapshot was taken.

type UniformSample

type UniformSample struct {

	// contains filtered or unexported fields

}

A uniform sample using Vitter's Algorithm R.

<http://www.cs.umd.edu/~samir/498/vitter.pdf>

func (*UniformSample) Clear

func (s *UniformSample) Clear()

Clear clears all samples.

func (*UniformSample) Count

func (s *UniformSample) Count() int64

Count returns the number of samples recorded, which may exceed the reservoir size.

func (*UniformSample) Max

func (s *UniformSample) Max() int64

Max returns the maximum value in the sample, which may not be the maximum value ever to be part of the sample.

func (*UniformSample) Mean

func (s *UniformSample) Mean() float64

Mean returns the mean of the values in the sample.

func (*UniformSample) Min

func (s *UniformSample) Min() int64

Min returns the minimum value in the sample, which may not be the minimum value ever to be part of the sample.

func (*UniformSample) Percentile

func (s *UniformSample) Percentile(p float64) float64

Percentile returns an arbitrary percentile of values in the sample.

func (*UniformSample) Percentiles

func (s *UniformSample) Percentiles(ps []float64) []float64

Percentiles returns a slice of arbitrary percentiles of values in the sample.

func (*UniformSample) Size

func (s *UniformSample) Size() int

Size returns the size of the sample, which is at most the reservoir size.

func (*UniformSample) Snapshot

func (s *UniformSample) Snapshot() Sample

Snapshot returns a read-only copy of the sample.

func (*UniformSample) StdDev

func (s *UniformSample) StdDev() float64

StdDev returns the standard deviation of the values in the sample.

func (*UniformSample) Sum

func (s *UniformSample) Sum() int64

Sum returns the sum of the values in the sample.

func (*UniformSample) Update

func (s *UniformSample) Update(v int64)

Update samples a new value.

func (*UniformSample) Values

func (s *UniformSample) Values() []int64

Values returns a copy of the values in the sample.

func (*UniformSample) Variance

func (s *UniformSample) Variance() float64

Variance returns the variance of the values in the sample.

Directories

Path Synopsis
exp Hook go-metrics into expvar on any /debug/metrics request, load all vars from the registry into expvar, and execute regular expvar handler
influxdb
librato
prometheus Package prometheus exposes go-metrics into a Prometheus format.