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Interesting screencast. Could it be a mountable engine? Is possible to protect it with authentication?
There is a little information about doing so here: https://github.com/paulasmuth/fnordmetric/issues/60
I've just now asked for an example / gist
Real time dashboard:
Does anyone know whether and if so how it's possible to use fnordmetric on heroku?
Yes you can.
This pull request enabled Fnordmetric to run as a rack app.
However, keep an eye in your Redis Store. Depending on the amounts of events you might end running out of space in your Redis REALLY QUICKLY.
I ate a 100MB Redis Store in just 3 days (Hight traffic website).
I see that fnordmetric is namespacing redis. Can this be easily integrated with resque using the same redis instance?
I am going to integrate the event tracking into my system. Will this lead to some performance issue when real time access increased sharply?
Can anyone describe how FnordMetric compares/contrasts to graphite-statsd??
Does anyone know if / how / links to an API or such that will allow me to pull for instance just one graph into my Rails app, for example for showing number of visits to a user's page on that user's dashboard?
How expensive would this solution be if you have 100,000+ interactions a day on your site? Does this scale well?
I am trying to install fnordmetric gem in my rails application. I installed the gem with this command sudo gem install fnordmetric. Gem is installed but i am getting this error when i run the server through script/server
invalid gemspec in illformed requirement in /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/specifications/fnordmetric-1.0 gemspec
and in /code/ts-delayed-delta/ruby/gems/1.8/specifications/fnordmetric-1.0 gemspec
I updated the gems using sudo gem update --system. Still i am getting the same error.
Can anyone suggest me how to overcome this problem..?
Thank you in advance
Where can I find the example of the fnordmetric.rb file? The link is not to the file.
Could you put this on GitHub?
I am interested in using this in a multi-tenant app. There is a hint at the fnordmetric.io site "Namespaces can be used to separate users if you are deploying FnordMetric as a white-label solution to your customers." I'd like to know how to do this dynamically in a running app so when a user creates an account an instance of fnordmetric is also setup and configured for him/her. I would appreciate any pointers on this.
did you find and answer for that? I'm also trying to find a good solution for this problem
@bakki, did you find and answer for that? I'm also trying to find a good solution for this problem
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