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It's an unofficial port of the New Relic Go agent to Rust.
Unlike the one based on the C sdk, it is completely thread-safe and works alone.
- Web transactions
- Non-web transactions
- Tracking threads in transactions
- Error reporting
- Transaction sampling
The library reports itself as Go because the New Relic server (of course) doesn't have a support for Rust.
// Set up NewRelic in-process daemon (newrelic_unofficial::Daemon). // Generate Daemon at application startup and keep it until application shutdown. let license = std::env::var("NEW_RELIC_LICENSE_KEY").unwrap(); let daemon = Daemon::new("rust-test", &license).unwrap(); // Get application handle (newrelic_unofficial::Application) from the daemon. // Pass it around to record application events. let app = daemon.application().clone();
// Start a new (non-web) transaction. // The end of the transaction is automatically recorded on drop. let txn = app.start_transaction("SomeBackgroundJob"); // Or you can start a web transaction. let txn = app.start_web_transaction("/upload", http_request);
Segment: not yet implemented
I consider it a port of the New Relic Go agent, therefore (perhaps) inheriting copyrights from the original source code.
- Copyright 2020 New Relic Corporation. (for the original go-agent)
- Copyright 2020 Masaki Hara.
Licensed under Apache-2.0