Instrumenting Ruby on Rails with TraceView in under 10 minutes

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Performance and scalability: Instrumenting Ruby on Rails with TraceView in under 10 minutes

  1. An interesting review/how-to on easily instrumenting Ruby on the gaming site Gameface. On Ruby, Traceview supports tracing of memcache-client, memcached, dalli, mongo, moped, mongoid, mongomapper, cassandra, ActiveRecord (postgres, mysql, mysql2) and more. Most recently adding support for Rack and Resque tracing. For a full-list of supported libraries, read the article at http://blog.gameface.in/post/48724980929/instrumenting-ruby-on-rails-with-traceview-in-under-10
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    ruby(dot)dzone has a great article on the this. Very perfect and to the point too. Try it.

     

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  3. An interesting review/how-to on easily instrumenting Ruby on the gaming site Gameface. On Ruby, Traceview supports tracing of memcache-client, memcached, dalli, mongo, moped, mongoid, mongomapper, cassandra, ActiveRecord (postgres, mysql, mysql2) and more. Most recently adding support for Rack and Resque tracing. For a full-list of supported libraries, read the article at http://blog.gameface.in/post/48724980929/instrumenting-ruby-on-rails-with-traceview-in-under-10

    Dan, being a Ruby fan myself, I could not help being impressed with TraceView's monitoring capabilities.
    Here's another tutorial in the AppNet site, this time on using TraceView in assisting to monitor background jobs in Ruby’s Resque: http://www.appneta.com/blog/monitoring-background-jobs-in-rubys-resque/