The Que instrumentation is a community-maintained instrumentation for the Que.
How do I get started?
Install the gem using:
gem install opentelemetry-instrumentation-que
Or, if you use bundler, include
opentelemetry-instrumentation-que to your
To install the instrumentation, add the gem to your Gemfile:
use with the name of the instrumentation:
require 'rubygems' require 'bundler/setup' Bundler.require ::SDK.configure do |c| c.use 'OpenTelemetry::Instrumentation::Que' end
Alternatively, you can also call
use_all to install all the available instrumentation.
::SDK.configure do |c| c.use_all end
By default tracing information is propagated using Que Job tags. This can be disabled using:
::SDK.configure do |c| c.use 'OpenTelemetry::Instrumentation::Que', propagation_style: :none end
If you wish the job will be executed in the same logicial trace as a direct child of the span that enqueued the job then set propagation_style to
child. By default the jobs are just linked together.
::SDK.configure do |c| c.use 'OpenTelemetry::Instrumentation::Que', propagation_style: :child end
How can I get involved?
opentelemetry-instrumentation-que gem source is on github, along with related gems including
The OpenTelemetry Ruby gems are maintained by the OpenTelemetry-Ruby special interest group (SIG). You can get involved by joining us in GitHub Discussions or attending our weekly meeting. See the meeting calendar for dates and times. For more information on this and other language SIGs, see the OpenTelemetry community page.
opentelemetry-instrumentation-que gem is distributed under the Apache 2.0 license. See LICENSE for more information.