Rollbar is better together and our latest account setting makes it easier to get everyone together. I'm happy to introduce Email Domain Whitelists.
You can now rename/edit your error titles. Fix ugly long titles. Hover over, click, edit, and save.
Supercharge your issue and error tracking workflow when you connect your Rollbar and Bitbucket accounts. New Items in Rollbar will instantly create Issues in your Bitbucket repo, or you can create and link Issues with the click of a button within Rollbar. Read More
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Daily, Hourly, New Errors, and Trend graphs are now clickable. You can find and fix bugs even faster, and in less clicks. :D
Common usability feedback we get from our users:
Sure would be nice if I could click the dashboard bar graphs and sparklines to quickly see what caused a spike in error events etc.
Couldn't agree more. We love aggregating data and we love it clickable. So we enabled it!
The infrastructure behind most modern web applications includes an assortment of tools for collecting server and application metrics, logging events, aggregating logs, and providing alerts. Most systems are made up of a collection of best-in-class tools and services, selected and deployed over time as team members arrive and depart, needs change, the system grows, and new tools are introduced. One of the challenges web development and operations teams face is collecting and analyzing data from these disparate sources and systems and then piecing together what’s happening by looking at multiple reports and dashboards.
Two common pieces in this puzzle are Logstash and Rollbar.
Quick tip: If you are running out of file descriptors in your Beanstalkd process, use /etc/default/beanstalkd to set the ulimit before the init script starts the process.
# file: /etc/default/beanstalkd BEANSTALKD_LISTEN_ADDR=127.0.0.1 BEANSTALKD_LISTEN_PORT=11300 START=yes BEANSTALKD_EXTRA="-b /var/lib/beanstalkd -f 1" # Should match your /etc/security/limits.conf settings ulimit -n 100000
Ever wanted to assign error items to other team members in Rollbar? Of course you have. Now you can. It is a pretty straight forward enhancement, but here is an overview.
On the error ‘items’ details page, there's an “Assigned to" dropdown with the members of your team. Once assigned, we’ll shoot an email to that team member letting them know you assigned that specific item to them, including link and details. They'll be automatically added as a 'watcher' for that specific item and will receive notifications about any comments and updates.
Node.js has a built-in debugger that you can start in running processes. To do this, send a
SIGUSR1 signal to the running process and connect a debugger. The one, big caveat here is that the debugger only listens on the local interface,
The following are instructions for debugging Node.js applications running in your company's private network from your laptop, through a bastion host.