Errors: Ignore Exceptions

In Retrace’s Errors Dashboard you can mark errors as “Ignored” so that it will not be tracked as an error or show up in the default view of the Errors Dashboard. This is ideal for eliminating unwanted noise from errors you really don’t care about. Here are the following steps to take to mark an error type as “Ignored”: 1. …

Logs: Filter by Log Types

There may be times where you wish to selectively filter your log messages. In one case, you may want to only view event logs from a certain server. In another case, you may wish to only view IIS logs for a certain app. Below will outline how to use Retrace’s filtering functionality to zero in on custom filtered logs. Note: …

Errors and Logs: Configure Ruby Applications

Retrace does not support APM for Ruby applications but you can capture errors and log and view them within Retrace. To configure your Ruby project with the Stackify API to send Errors and Logs to Retrace, follow the information below. Stackify API for Ruby Github page: https://github.com/stackify/stackify-api-ruby. Installation and Configuration Requirements: Ruby 1.9/2.0/2.1 Rails 3.x/4.x (optional) Rails Add the stackify gem …

Errors and Logs: Configure PHP Applications

You can capture errors and logs for PHP applications in a number of ways. Using the Stackify Library, you can either use a plug-in for an existing Monolog or log4php framework, or you can log to us directly via the Stackify API.  Specific configuration instructions for each framework plug-in or using the API can be found on the Stackify Github …