pystatsd is a client and server implementation of Etsy's brilliant statsd server, a front end/proxy for the Graphite stats collection and graphing server.
pystatsd is tested on Python 2.7 and 3.8.
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See statsd_test for sample usage:
from pystatsd import Client, Server srvr = Server(debug=True) srvr.serve() sc = Client('example.org',8125) sc.timing('python_test.time',500) sc.increment('python_test.inc_int') # or sc.incr() sc.decrement('python_test.decr_int') # or sc.decr() sc.gauge('python_test.gauge', 42)
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Upstart is the daemon management system for Ubuntu.
A basic upstart script has been included for the pystatsd server. It's located under init/, and will be installed to /usr/share/doc if you build/install a .deb file. The upstart script should be copied to /etc/init/pystatsd.conf and will read configuration variables from /etc/default/pystatsd. By default the pystatsd daemon runs as user 'nobody' which is a good thing from a security perspective.
You can see the raw values received by pystatsd by packet sniffing:
$ sudo ngrep -qd any . udp dst port 8125
You can see the raw values dispatched to carbon by packet sniffing:
$ sudo ngrep -qd any stats tcp dst port 2003