- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.17 13th June 2014
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.16 6th May 2014
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.14 25th April 2014
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.13 26th January 2014
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.12 16th December 2013
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.11 13th December 2013
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.10 10th February 2013
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.09 29th January 2013
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.08 27th January 2013
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.07 23rd January 2013
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.06 17th January 2013
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.05 16th January 2013
- Changes in Net::Statsd::Server 0.04 15th January 2013
- Net::Statsd::Server 0.01 - 0.03 January 2013
Net::Statsd::Server::Changes - Change history for Net::Statsd::Server
Fixed percentThreshold configuration directive. It was being ignored, falling back to the default 90%. Added a new integration test case.
Implemented new timer attributes: count_ps, median, sum_squares.
Release of 0.15 never happened.
Fixed problem with gauges that were erroneously deleted either when deleteIdleStats was false, or deleteIdleStats was true but deleteGauges was false.
Added support for Perl 5.8, so now Net::Statsd::Server should in theory work on 5.8 too, thanks to RJBS for the related patch. RJBS also reported N::S::S to work on Solaris. Fixed RT#85165, now the code is indicated as Perl_5 licence. Problem there was my failed understanding of the interaction between hardcoded Makefile.PL and dzil.
Fixed (hopefully) problems reported by CPAN testers: * Failing to setsockopt(SO_RCVBUF) is no more a fatal exception. We will just continue and emit a warning instead. * Some CPAN testers appear to have a running graphite on their systems, so use a not so common port instead of 2003.
Added implementation for the following configuration directives: deleteIdleStats, deleteGauges, deleteSets, prefixStats. Both deleteTimers and deleteCounters were supposed to work before 0.11 too. Improved documentation. Should be clear now how to know what options are actually supported and what options are not. Improved integration tests. Now it's even easier to run Net::Statsd::Server integration tests against the nodejs version of statsd to verify full compatibility.
Fixed SO_RCVBUF on Mac OS X, where it's apparently not possible to set SO_RCVBUF to more than 8Mb. If you're on OSX, I'd like to get more reports about this. Fixed integration test suite so that it always runs with the correct interpreter ($^X) instead of /usr/bin/perl. This should fix lots of CPAN testers failure reports. Improved internal trim() function.
Fixed a few more nodejs-statsd compatibility bugs: - non-legacy namespace code added a repeated 'stats.' level that shouldn't be there - underscode character ('_') is now correctly allowed as part of a statsd metric. Added an integration test suite, to verify end-to-end that statsd server is behaving exactly as the nodejs version. Being as near to 100% compatibility as possible has been one of the main goals from the start.
Fixed CPAN testers failures reported for inexact floating point comparison when testing standard deviation of timer results in the test suite.
Added new File backend. It allows to flush all aggregated stats to a given log file. Added keyFlush implementation. Allows to have the top n% (keyFlush.percent) dumped to a log file (keyFlush.log) or stdout every y seconds (keyFlush.interval).
Improved UDP socket default settings to perform better. In my tests, Net::Statsd::Server manages to successfully capture almost twice the amount of UDP traffic (otherwise lost) than the original node.js based statsd, with SO_RCVBUF = 8Mb. I still have to experiment a bit more with this setting though.
Fixed statistics flush. When a flush is triggered, stats have to be cleared. The flush code wasn't doing this previously. Fixed management commands (:8126) to output correct JSON data structures. This is the first fully functional statsd server release.
First release on an unsuspecting world.