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Prometheus Rust client library
Rust client library implementation of the Open Metrics specification. Allows developers to instrument applications and thus enables operators to monitor said applications with monitoring systems like Prometheus.
unsafe. Don't use unsafe Rust within the library itself.
Type safe. Leverage Rust's type system to catch common instrumentation mistakes at compile time.
Fast. Don't force users to worry about the performance impact of instrumentation. Instead encourage users to instrument often and extensively.
Below is a list of properties where this client library implementation lags
behind the Open Metrics specification. Not being compliant with all requirements
MUST NOT) of the specification is considered a bug and likely to
be fixed in the future. Contributions in all forms are most welcome.
State set metric.
Enforce "A Histogram MetricPoint MUST contain at least one bucket".
Enforce "A MetricFamily MUST have a [...] UNIT metadata".
Enforce "MetricFamily names [...] MUST be unique within a MetricSet."
Enforce "Names SHOULD be in snake_case".
Enforce "MetricFamily names beginning with underscores are RESERVED and MUST NOT be used unless specified by this standard".
Enforce "Exposers SHOULD avoid names that could be confused with the suffixes that text format sample metric names use".
Gauge histogram metric.
Allow "A MetricPoint in a Metric with the type [Counter, Histogram] SHOULD have a Timestamp value called Created".
- rust-prometheus: See tikv/rust-prometheus/#392 for a high-level comparison.
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