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Jan Seidl
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NAME

Net::Statsite::Client - Object-Oriented Client for statsite server

SYNOPSIS

    use Net::Statsite::Client;
    my $statsite = Net::Statsite::Client->new(
        host   => 'localhost',
        prefix => 'test',
    );

    $statsite->increment('item'); #increment key test.item

DESCRIPTION

Net::Statsite::Client is based on Etsy::StatsD but with new - new interface and unique method.

METHODS

new (host => $host, port => $port, sample_rate => $sample_rate, prefix => $prefix)

Create a new instance.

host - hostname of statsite server (default: localhost)

port - port of statsite server (port: 8125)

sample_rate - rate of sends metrics (default: 1)

prefix - prefix metric name (default: '')

proto - protocol (default: 'udp')

timing(STAT, TIME, SAMPLE_RATE)

Log timing information (should be in miliseconds)

increment(STATS, SAMPLE_RATE)

Increment one of more stats counters.

decrement(STATS, SAMPLE_RATE)

Decrement one of more stats counters.

update(STATS, DELTA, SAMPLE_RATE)

Update one of more stats counters by arbitrary amounts.

unique(STATS, ITEM, SAMPLE_RATE)

Unique Set

For example if you need count of unique ip adresses (per flush interval) $stats->unique('ip.unique', $ip);

gauge(STATS, VALUE, SAMPLE_RATE)

Gauge Set (Gauge, similar to kv but only the last value per key is retained)

send(DATA, SAMPLE_RATE)

Sending logging data; implicitly called by most of the other methods.

CONTRIBUTING

the easiest way is use docker (avastsoftware/perl-extended - with Carton and Minilla)

or Carton and Minilla itself (commands after ../perl-extended)

carton (aka ruby bundle) for fetch dependency

    docker run -v $PWD:/tmp/app -w /tmp/app avastsoftware/perl-extended carton

and minil test for tests and regenerate meta and readme

    docker run -v $PWD:/tmp/app -w /tmp/app avastsoftware/perl-extended carton exec minil test

LICENSE

Copyright (C) Avast Software.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

AUTHOR

Jan Seidl <seidl@avast.com>