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New Relic

imgproxy can send its metrics to New Relic. To use this feature, do the following:

  1. Register at New Relic and get a license key.
  2. Set the IMGPROXY_NEW_RELIC_KEY environment variable to the license key.
  3. (optional) Set the IMGPROXY_NEW_RELIC_APP_NAME environment variable to be the desired application name.
  4. (optional) Set the IMGPROXY_NEW_RELIC_LABELS environment variable to be the desired list of labels. Example: label1=value1;label2=value2.

imgproxy will send the following info to New Relic:

  • CPU and memory usage
  • Response time
  • Queue time
  • Image downloading time
  • Image processing time
  • Errors that occurred while downloading and processing an image

Additionally, imgproxy sends the following metrics over Metrics API:

  • imgproxy.requests_in_progress: the number of requests currently in progress
  • imgproxy.images_in_progress: the number of images currently in progress
  • imgproxy.buffer.size: a summary of the download buffers sizes (in bytes)
  • imgproxy.buffer.default_size: calibrated default buffer size (in bytes)
  • imgproxy.buffer.max_size: calibrated maximum buffer size (in bytes)
  • imgproxy.vips.memory: libvips memory usage (in bytes)
  • imgproxy.vips.max_memory: libvips maximum memory usage (in bytes)
  • imgproxy.vips.allocs: the number of active vips allocations