Software error aggregator.
Alpaca is a software error aggregator based on ZeroMQ transport layer. Multiple reporters (such as https://github.com/msiedlarek/alpaca-django) publish detected problems to a central monitoring server using flexible API. Monitoring server (monitor) shares its database with a web application (frontend), allowing detailed inspection of each problem.
pip install alpaca-monitor
- pserve configuration/development.ini –server-name=frontend
- pserve configuration/development.ini –server-name=monitor
$ vagrant up $ vagrant ssh $ alpaca-admin /vagrant/configuration/development.ini createuser -a email@example.com
$ vagrant up $ vagrant ssh $ python setup.py test
Copyright 2013 Mikołaj Siedlarek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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