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  3. sentry_test.go
hooks/sentry/README.md

Sentry Hook for Logrus

Sentry provides both self-hosted and hosted solutions for exception tracking. Both client and server are open source.

Usage

Every sentry application defined on the server gets a different DSN. In the example below replace YOUR_DSN with the one created for your application.

import (
  "github.com/Sirupsen/logrus"
  "github.com/Sirupsen/logrus/hooks/sentry"
)

func main() {
  log       := logrus.New()
  hook, err := logrus_sentry.NewSentryHook(YOUR_DSN, []logrus.Level{
    logrus.PanicLevel,
    logrus.FatalLevel,
    logrus.ErrorLevel,
  })

  if err == nil {
    log.Hooks.Add(hook)
  }
}

Special fields

Some logrus fields have a special meaning in this hook, these are server_name, logger and http_request. When logs are sent to sentry these fields are treated differently.

  • server_name (also known as hostname) is the name of the server which is logging the event (hostname.example.com)
  • logger is the part of the application which is logging the event. In go this usually means setting it to the name of the package.
  • http_request is the in-coming request(*http.Request). The detailed request data are sent to Sentry.

Timeout

Timeout is the time the sentry hook will wait for a response from the sentry server.

If this time elapses with no response from the server an error will be returned.

If Timeout is set to 0 the SentryHook will not wait for a reply and will assume a correct delivery.

The SentryHook has a default timeout of 100 milliseconds when created with a call to NewSentryHook. This can be changed by assigning a value to the Timeout field:

hook, _ := logrus_sentry.NewSentryHook(...)
hook.Timeout = 20*time.Second