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Send runtime measurements of your code to InfluxDB

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Timekeeper is a library for instrumentation of live Python code by sending measurements to InfluxDB.

Requires Python 2.7 or 3.2+, and InfluxDB 0.9.0+.


You can use a context manager or decorate a function to record the wall clock time of how long it took that function or block of code to complete:

from timekeeper import TimeKeeper

tk = TimeKeeper(
prefix="", # if you prefer Graphite style over tags
tags={"host": ""},

@tk.decorate("some_slow_function", tags={"foo": "bar"})
def slowpoke():

def slowpoke2():
with tk.context("some_other_slow_function", tags={"foo": "baz"}):


pip install timekeeper


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