Stats collection middleware for Carbon proxy/balancer.
Carbon is middleware based proxy for table or cluster/balanced based routing. It features zero-downtime restart, websocket support, and custom middleware. You can learn more about it at qualiancy/carbon.
Carbon Stats middleware is available for installation from npm.
$ npm install carbon-stats
To get started, create a new carbon proxy and mount the stats middleware before you mount your other carbon middleware, such as a balancer.
var carbon =proxy = carboncarbonStats = ;stats =;proxy;;
The mark names can be changed so you can segment your statistics:
Stats are available in memory object. Calling the below functions at any time will give you the current stats for that event.
var totalRequests = statsstoretotalMisses = statsstoreavgRespTime = statsstore;
$ make test
Interested in contributing? Fork to get started. Contact @logicalparadox if you are interested in being regular contributor.
- Jake Luer (@logicalparadox)
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