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good-sentry

2.4.1 • Public • Published

good-sentry

Sentry broadcasting for good process monitor.

good-sentry is a write stream used to send hapi server events to a Sentry server.

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Usage

new GoodSentry ([options])

Creates a new GoodSentry object with the following arguments:

  • [options] - optional configuration object with the following keys
    • [dsn] - Sentry project's Data Source Name. Defaults to null but expects SENTRY_DSN environment variable to be set.
    • [config] - optional configuration object with the following keys
      • [name] - The name of the logger used by Sentry. Defaults to hostname. Optionally set the name using SENTRY_NAME environment variable.
      • [logger] - The name of the Sentry client. Defaults to ''.
      • [release] - The version/release of your application. Defaults to ''. Optionally set the release using SENTRY_RELEASE environment variable.
      • [environment] - The environment name of your application. Defaults to ''. Optionally set the environment using SENTRY_ENVIRONMENT environment variable.
    • [captureUncaught] - Enable global error handling. Defaults to false.

Tags

Because Hapi tags are an array of strings and Sentry expects tags to be a k/v map, good-sentry sets all tags associated with an event to tag: true pairs. Those are nicely displayed in the tags section of Sentry web interface:

Tags in Sentry

Example Usage

const Hapi = require('hapi');
const version = require('package.json').version;
const server = new Hapi.Server();
server.connection();
 
const options = {
  reporters: {
    mySentryReporter: [{
      module: 'good-squeeze',
      name: 'Squeeze',
      args: [{ log: '*' }],
    }, {
      module: 'good-sentry',
      args: [ {
        dsn: 'https://<key>:<secret>@sentry.io/<project>',
        config: {
          name: 'myAwesomeHapiServer',
          logger: 'mySentryReporter',
          release: version,
          environment: process.env.NODE_ENV,
        },
        captureUncaught: true,
      }],
    }],
  },
};
 
server.register({
    register: require('good'),
    options,
}, (err) => {
  server.start(() => {
    server.log([], 'Sample debug event.');
    server.log(['debug'], 'Sample tagged debug event.');
    server.log(['info'], 'Sample info event.');
    server.log(['warning', 'server'], 'Sample warning event with tags.');
    server.log(['error', 'first-tag', 'second-tag'], 'Sample error event with tags.');
    
    // Throw an error after 5 seconds
    setTimeout(() => {
      throw new Error('An uncaught error');
    }, 5000);
  });
});

This example sets up the reporter named mySentryReporter to listen for server events and send them to a Sentry project with additional settings.

License

Released under the MIT license.

Install

npm i good-sentry

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