[erlang-questions] exometer core only

Tino Breddin <>
Wed Apr 8 10:02:01 CEST 2015


exometer itself (versions later than 1.1) depends directly on 
exometer_core. Thus, if you use that, you use exometer_core implicitely 
as well.

See https://github.com/Feuerlabs/exometer/blob/master/rebar.config#L15

LGT

> Roberto Ostinelli <mailto:>
> 8 Apr 2015 09:17
> Thank you Tino,
> I'm already using exometer with the hostedgraphite reporter, with 
> static subscriptions. My question was if there's any way to use this 
> reporter with exometer_core, I'm probably unable to find how to do it 
> in the docs.
>
> Thank you,
> r.
>
>
>
> On 07/apr/2015, at 22:35, Tino Breddin < 
> <mailto:>> wrote:
>
> Ulf Wiger <mailto:>
> 7 Apr 2015 18:45
>
>
> Put slightly differently, exometer_core is as well tested as ever 
> exometer was. :)
>
> Several projects already use exometer_core, and I’ve seen nothing to 
> indicate that it would be worse than exometer 1.1. On the contrary, 
> several fixes and improvements have been made in exometer_core, and 
> more is coming, as it’s actively maintained.
>
> BR,
> Ulf W
>
> Ulf Wiger, Co-founder & Developer Advocate, Feuerlabs Inc.
> http://feuerlabs.com
>
>
>
> Tino Breddin <mailto:>
> 7 Apr 2015 07:40
> Hi,
>
> The split was performed in order to simplify the use of core exometer 
> functionality. As you can see the new `exometer` is mostly a container 
> for reporters which have dependencies which you might not want to use 
> in your system. The reporters which are kept in exometer_core are 
> dependency-free. You can still use the "feature selection" during 
> build to exclude certain reporters and their dependencies, but the 
> main build has become simpler this way.
>
> As for using the split, it is stable so far and all tests are green, 
> however not all reporters are tested. So feel free to take it for a test.
>
> LGT
>
>
> Roberto Ostinelli <mailto:>
> 6 Apr 2015 22:03
> All,
> Reading the HEAD documentation of exometer:
>
> NOTE: Exometer has been split into exometer_core, and exometer (as 
> well as separate reporter applications). The latest monolithic version 
> of Exometer is 1.1.
>
> I'm currently using 1.1, however there are a bunch of things that I do 
> not use (I'm only using custom static metrics with hostedgraphite, 
> nothing from folsom, etc). I'm guessing that's the rationale into 
> splitting exometer, so that one can choose which components to use.
>
> Though, I'm not understanding if I should start using exometer_core, 
> or if the split is still a WIP.
>
> Anyone can shed some light?
>
> Thank you,
> r.
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