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    StatsD output for Artillery stats

    This Artillery plugin allows you to publish the stats produced by Artillery CLI to StatsD in real-time.



    npm install -g artillery-plugin-statsd - if you've installed Artillery globally

    npm install artillery-plugin-statsd otherwise.


    Enable the plugin by adding it in your test script's config.plugins section:

      "config": {
        // ...
        "plugins": {
          "statsd": {
            "host": "localhost",
            "port": 8125,
            "prefix": "artillery"
      // ...

    host, port, and prefix are optional; the values above are the defaults.

    Published metrics

    By default, all stats from artillery are reported. This includes any custom stats you may have in place. As of artillery@1.5.0-17, the metrics you can expect to see are as follows.

    • scenariosCreated
    • scenariosCompleted
    • requestsCompleted
    • latency.min
    • latency.max
    • latency.median
    • latency.p95
    • latency.p99
    • rps.count
    • rps.mean
    • scenarioDuration.min
    • scenarioDuration.max
    • scenarioDuration.median
    • scenarioDuration.p95
    • scenarioDuration.p99
    • scenarioCounts.0, scenarioCounts.0 etc
    • codes.200, codes.301 etc
    • errors.ECONNREFUSED, errors.ETIMEDOUT etc
    • matches
    • concurrency
    • pendingRequests

    Metrics will be added or removed based on what artillery decides to send.

    If a metric is null or cannot be resolved to a number, the default value of 0 is sent. You can change the default value in the configuration by passing in the property default. Example:

    "default": 100000 - Metrics are sent with gauges so avoid negative numbers.

    Metrics can be skipped by passing in an additional configuration property skipList. Skip list values can look like the following:

    • "skipList": "scenarioDuration" - would skip all scenarioDuration metrics
    • "skipList": "latency.max" - would skip only the latency.max metric
    • "skipList": "scenarioDuration, latency.max" - a comma separated list can be used to pass in multiple values.

    Using with Librato

    This plugin can be used to publish metrics to Librato:

    1. Install StatsD with:

    npm install statsd

    1. Add Librato backend to StatsD:

    cd /path/to/statsd npm install statsd-librato-backend

    Enable the backend in your StatsD config:

      librato: {
        email:  "",
        token:  "a161e2bc22b1bdd0cfe90412token10498token22dd52cat792doge1ab5a1d32"
      backends: ['statsd-librato-backend']
    1. Run StatsD and use Artillery with this plugin.


    artillery-plugin-statsd is distributed under the terms of the ISC license.


    npm i artillery-plugin-statsd

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