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For generating, encoding and managing runtime trace ids. These are typically used to link side-effects:

  • db records
  • search documents
  • log entries

for things like debugging, auditing, isolation, etc.

Get it like:

$ pip install ohmr

First create a tracer e.g. like:

import coid
import ohmr

trace = ohmr.Tracer(coid.Id(prefix='OHM-'))

Then use it, most likely at session begin/resume points, e.g. like:

import flask

app = flask.Flask('krazy_eyez_killah')

@app.before_request
def set_trace_id()
    trace.reset()

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