jonahgeorge/jaeger-client-php

Jaeger Bindings for PHP OpenTracing API

v1.2.2 2021-04-28 10:01 UTC

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Jaeger Bindings for PHP OpenTracing API

This is a client-side library that can be used to instrument PHP apps for distributed trace collection, and to send those traces to Jaeger. See the OpenTracing PHP API for additional detail.

Contributing and Developing

Please see CONTRIBUTING.md.

Installation

Jaeger client can be installed via Composer:

composer require jonahgeorge/jaeger-client-php

Getting Started

<?php

require_once 'vendor/autoload.php';

use Jaeger\Config;
use OpenTracing\GlobalTracer;

$config = new Config(
    [
        'sampler' => [
            'type' => Jaeger\SAMPLER_TYPE_CONST,
            'param' => true,
        ],
        'logging' => true,
    ],
    'your-app-name'
);
$config->initializeTracer();

$tracer = GlobalTracer::get();

$scope = $tracer->startActiveSpan('TestSpan', []);
$scope->close();

$tracer->flush();

Samplers

List of supported samplers, for more info about samplers, please read Jaeger Sampling guide.

Const sampler

This sampler either samples everything, or nothing.

Configuration
'sampler' => [
    'type' => Jaeger\SAMPLER_TYPE_CONST,
    'param' => true, // boolean wheter to trace or not
],

Probabilistic sampler

This sampler samples request by given rate.

Configuration
'sampler' => [
    'type' => Jaeger\SAMPLER_TYPE_PROBABILISTIC,
    'param' => 0.5, // float [0.0, 1.0]
],

Rate limiting sampler

Samples maximum specified number of traces (requests) per second.

Requirements
  • psr/cache PSR-6 cache component to store and retrieve sampler state between requests. Cache component is passed to Jaeger\Config trough its constructor.
  • hrtime() function, that can retrieve time in nanoseconds. You need either php 7.3 or PECL/hrtime extension.
Configuration
'sampler' => [
    'type' => Jaeger\SAMPLER_TYPE_RATE_LIMITING,
    'param' => 100 // integer maximum number of traces per second,
    'cache' => [
        'currentBalanceKey' => 'rate.currentBalance' // string
        'lastTickKey' => 'rate.lastTick' // string
    ]
],

Dispatch mode

The library supports 3 ways of sending data to Jaeger Agent:

  1. Zipkin.thrift over Compact protocol (socket - UDP) - default
  2. Jaeger.thrift over Binary protocol (socket - UDP)
  3. Jaeger.thrift over Binary protocol (HTTP)

If you want to enable "Jaeger.thrift over Binary protocol" one or other, than you need to set dispatch_mode config option or JAEGER_DISPATCH_MODE env variable.

Allowed values for dispatch_mode are:

  • jaeger_over_binary_udp
  • jaeger_over_binary_http
  • zipkin_over_compact_udp

There are 3 constants available, so it is better to use them:

class Config
{
    const ZIPKIN_OVER_COMPACT_UDP   = "zipkin_over_compact_udp";
    const JAEGER_OVER_BINARY_UDP    = "jaeger_over_binary_udp";
    const JAEGER_OVER_BINARY_HTTP   = "jaeger_over_binary_http";
    ...
}

A possible config with custom dispatch_mode can look like this:

// config.php

use Jaeger\Config;

return [
    'sampler' => [
        'type' => Jaeger\SAMPLER_TYPE_CONST,
        'param' => true,
    ],
    'logging' => true,
    "tags" => [
        // process. prefix works only with JAEGER_OVER_HTTP, JAEGER_OVER_BINARY
        // otherwise it will be shown as simple global tag
        "process.process-tag-key-1" => "process-value-1", // all tags with `process.` prefix goes to process section
        "process.process-tag-key-2" => "process-value-2", // all tags with `process.` prefix goes to process section
        "global-tag-key-1" => "global-tag-value-1", // this tag will be appended to all spans
        "global-tag-key-2" => "global-tag-value-2", // this tag will be appended to all spans
    ],
    "local_agent" => [
        "reporting_host" => "localhost", 
//        You can override port by setting local_agent.reporting_port value   
        "reporting_port" => 6832
    ],
//     Different ways to send data to Jaeger. Config::ZIPKIN_OVER_COMPACT - default):
    'dispatch_mode' => Config::JAEGER_OVER_BINARY_UDP,
];

The full example you can see at examples directory.

By default, for each dispatch_mode there is default reporting_port config value. Table with default values you can see below:

dispatch_mode default reporting_port
ZIPKIN_OVER_COMPACT_UDP 5775
JAEGER_OVER_BINARY_UDP 6832
JAEGER_OVER_BINARY_HTTP 14268

Testing

Tests are located in the tests directory. See tests/README.md.

Roadmap

License

MIT License.