Provides a statsd client and simple ready-to-use support for #Symfony2 Application
This bundle helps you to monitor your application.
It uses statsd-php-client as Client for the etsy/Statsd API.
- a Service, a Factory and an Entity callable by the DIC
- a Monolog Handler
- a series of Collectors in order to aggregate your personal data.
- a series of Commands in order to execute data also from cli.
$this->get('statsd') ->increment('log.error') ->gauge('log.rate', 25) ->flush();
- Article: ServerGrove - Interesting Symfony Bundles: StatsDClientBundle
- Article : Install Stats.d / Graphite on a debian server in order to monitor a Symfony2 application (1/2)
- Article : Monitor your Symfony2 application via Stats.d and Graphite (2/2)
- Slide : Building OpenSky with Symfony2 by Jonathan H. Wage
Monitoring what is happening in your production Symfony2 application, with StatsD and Graphite.
Within this bundle you could use ready-to-go monitor for
Amount of visitor
Logged vs Anonymous user
SQL: Verbs used (amount of select/set/update/upgrade/delete) (this feature is not suggested, please use a server monitor tool eg. nagios, munin)
Amount of PHP ram used
You could create your own using the Factory and the Service.
If debug mode is enabled no packet are sent over the udp socket, and you could see what's going on reading the syslog with
tail -f /var/log/syslog
Mar 19 00:48:11 liuggio nginx: statsd-open Mar 19 00:48:11 liuggio nginx: statsd-write "tvision.visitor:1|tvision.memory:43520|tvision.user.anonymous:1|tvision.query.start:1|tvision.query.insert:1|c" 118 Bytes Mar 19 00:48:11 liuggio nginx: statsd-close
Note: by default in
dev environment debug is true.
With a proper config file, your StatsD server will receive in a single upd packet:
prefix.visitor:1|c # Increment visitor prefix.user.anonymous:1|c # The visitor is not logged prefix.log.app.error.user_action:1 # Stats by monolog with $this->get('logger')->error('user_action') prefix.memory:4480|g # The php memory peak was 4480 MB prefix.exception.exception.500:1|c # Exception occurred, the Exception code was 500 prefix.query.insert:1|c # Query Insert prefix.query.select:1|c # Query Select
see this blog post to install Easy install statsd graphite with vagrant.
StatsD is a simple daemon for easy stats aggregation
Graphite is a Scalable Realtime Graphing