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authorAngel Velásquez <>2017-04-18 09:26:23 -0400
committerGitHub <>2017-04-18 09:26:23 -0400
commitb7c718a075474575f4901de4d2ea707210dba756 (patch)
parent5e334d78f82cb0dc5f7d3a11db423284016213b4 (diff)
parent2bc7d4cd2d0bb59572bf63f1ad5b2fe7004dd29a (diff)
Merge pull request #12 from jelly/newrelic
remove unused newrelic
2 files changed, 0 insertions, 233 deletions
diff --git a/archweb.wsgi b/archweb.wsgi
index a0d969e7..dc9ed29b 100644
--- a/archweb.wsgi
+++ b/archweb.wsgi
@@ -12,26 +12,5 @@ os.environ['DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE'] = "settings"
-using_newrelic = False
- key_path = os.path.join(base_path, "newrelic.key")
- if os.path.exists(key_path):
- with open(key_path) as keyfile:
- key =
- os.environ["NEW_RELIC_LICENSE_KEY"] = key
- import newrelic.agent
- from newrelic.api.exceptions import ConfigurationError
- try:
- newrelic.agent.initialize(os.path.join(base_path, "newrelic.ini"))
- using_newrelic = True
- except ConfigurationError:
- pass
-except ImportError:
- pass
from django.core.wsgi import get_wsgi_application
application = get_wsgi_application()
-if using_newrelic:
- application = newrelic.agent.wsgi_application()(application)
diff --git a/newrelic.ini b/newrelic.ini
deleted file mode 100644
index 72158dc4..00000000
--- a/newrelic.ini
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,212 +0,0 @@
-# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-# This file configures the New Relic Python Agent.
-# The path to the configuration file should be supplied to the function
-# newrelic.agent.initialize() when the agent is being initialized.
-# The configuration file follows a structure similar to what you would
-# find for Microsoft Windows INI files. For further information on the
-# configuration file format see the Python ConfigParser documentation at:
-# For further discussion on the behaviour of the Python agent that can
-# be configured via this configuration file see:
-# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-# Here are the settings that are common to all environments.
-# You must specify the license key associated with your New
-# Relic account. This key binds the Python Agent's data to your
-# account in the New Relic service.
-#license_key =
-# NOTE: this is specified by NEW_RELIC_LICENSE_KEY environment variable
-# so this file can live in version control.
-# The appplication name. Set this to be the name of your
-# application as you would like it to show up in New Relic UI.
-# The UI will then auto-map instances of your application into a
-# entry on your home dashboard page.
-app_name = Archweb
-# When "true", the agent collects performance data about your
-# application and reports this data to the New Relic UI at
-# This global switch is normally overridden for
-# each environment below.
-monitor_mode = true
-# Sets the name of a file to log agent messages to. Useful for
-# debugging any issues with the agent. This is not set by
-# default as it is not known in advance what user your web
-# application processes will run as and where they have
-# permission to write to. Whatever you set this to you must
-# ensure that the permissions for the containing directory and
-# the file itself are correct, and that the user that your web
-# application runs as can write to the file. If not able to
-# write out a log file, it is also possible to say "stderr" and
-# output to standard error output. This would normally result in
-# output appearing in your web server log.
-#log_file = /tmp/newrelic-python-agent.log
-# Sets the level of detail of messages sent to the log file, if
-# a log file location has been provided. Possible values, in
-# increasing order of detail, are: "critical", "error", "warning",
-# "info" and "debug". When reporting any agent issues to New
-# Relic technical support, the most useful setting for the
-# support engineers is "debug". However, this can generate a lot
-# of information very quickly, so it is best not to keep the
-# agent at this level for longer than it takes to reproduce the
-# problem you are experiencing.
-log_level = info
-# The Python Agent communicates with the New Relic service using
-# SSL by default. Note that this does result in an increase in
-# CPU overhead, over and above what would occur for a non SSL
-# connection, to perform the encryption involved in the SSL
-# communication. This work is though done in a distinct thread
-# to those handling your web requests, so it should not impact
-# response times. You can if you wish revert to using a non SSL
-# connection, but this will result in information being sent
-# over a plain socket connection and will not be as secure.
-ssl = true
-# High Security Mode enforces certain security settings, and
-# prevents them from being overridden, so that no sensitive data
-# is sent to New Relic. Enabling High Security Mode means that
-# SSL is turned on, request parameters are not collected, and SQL
-# can not be sent to New Relic in its raw form. To activate High
-# Security Mode, it must be set to 'true' in this local .ini
-# configuration file AND be set to 'true' in the server-side
-# configuration in the New Relic user interface. For details, see
-high_security = false
-# The Python Agent will attempt to connect directly to the New
-# Relic service. If there is an intermediate firewall between
-# your host and the New Relic service that requires you to use a
-# HTTP proxy, then you should set both the "proxy_host" and
-# "proxy_port" settings to the required values for the HTTP
-# proxy. The "proxy_user" and "proxy_pass" settings should
-# additionally be set if proxy authentication is implemented by
-# the HTTP proxy. The "proxy_scheme" setting dictates what
-# protocol scheme is used in talking to the HTTP proxy. This
-# would normally always be set as "http" which will result in the
-# agent then using a SSL tunnel through the HTTP proxy for end to
-# end encryption.
-# proxy_scheme = http
-# proxy_host = hostname
-# proxy_port = 8080
-# proxy_user =
-# proxy_pass =
-# Tells the transaction tracer and error collector (when
-# enabled) whether or not to capture the query string for the
-# URL and send it as the request parameters for display in the
-# UI. When "true", it is still possible to exclude specific
-# values from being captured using the "ignored_params" setting.
-capture_params = false
-# Space separated list of variables that should be removed from
-# the query string captured for display as the request
-# parameters in the UI.
-ignored_params =
-# The transaction tracer captures deep information about slow
-# transactions and sends this to the UI on a periodic basis. The
-# transaction tracer is enabled by default. Set this to "false"
-# to turn it off.
-transaction_tracer.enabled = true
-# Threshold in seconds for when to collect a transaction trace.
-# When the response time of a controller action exceeds this
-# threshold, a transaction trace will be recorded and sent to
-# the UI. Valid values are any positive float value, or (default)
-# "apdex_f", which will use the threshold for a dissatisfying
-# Apdex controller action - four times the Apdex T value.
-transaction_tracer.transaction_threshold = apdex_f
-# When the transaction tracer is on, SQL statements can
-# optionally be recorded. The recorder has three modes, "off"
-# which sends no SQL, "raw" which sends the SQL statement in its
-# original form, and "obfuscated", which strips out numeric and
-# string literals.
-transaction_tracer.record_sql = obfuscated
-# Threshold in seconds for when to collect stack trace for a SQL
-# call. In other words, when SQL statements exceed this
-# threshold, then capture and send to the UI the current stack
-# trace. This is helpful for pinpointing where long SQL calls
-# originate from in an application.
-transaction_tracer.stack_trace_threshold = 0.5
-# Determines whether the agent will capture query plans for slow
-# SQL queries. Only supported in MySQL and PostgreSQL. Set this
-# to "false" to turn it off.
-transaction_tracer.explain_enabled = true
-# Threshold for query execution time below which query plans
-# will not not be captured. Relevant only when "explain_enabled"
-# is true.
-transaction_tracer.explain_threshold = 0.5
-# Space separated list of function or method names in form
-# 'module:function' or 'module:class.function' for which
-# additional function timing instrumentation will be added.
-transaction_tracer.function_trace =
-# The error collector captures information about uncaught
-# exceptions or logged exceptions and sends them to UI for
-# viewing. The error collector is enabled by default. Set this
-# to "false" to turn it off.
-error_collector.enabled = true
-# To stop specific errors from reporting to the UI, set this to
-# a space separated list of the Python exception type names to
-# ignore. The exception name should be of the form 'module:class'.
-error_collector.ignore_errors =
-# Browser monitoring is the Real User Monitoring feature of the UI.
-# For those Python web frameworks that are supported, this
-# setting enables the auto-insertion of the browser monitoring
-# JavaScript fragments.
-browser_monitoring.auto_instrument = false
-# A thread profiling session can be scheduled via the UI when
-# this option is enabled. The thread profiler will periodically
-# capture a snapshot of the call stack for each active thread in
-# the application to construct a statistically representative
-# call tree.
-thread_profiler.enabled = true
-# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-# The application environments. These are specific settings which
-# override the common environment settings. The settings related to a
-# specific environment will be used when the environment argument to the
-# newrelic.agent.initialize() function has been defined to be either
-# "development", "test", "staging" or "production".
-monitor_mode = false
-monitor_mode = false
-app_name = Archweb (Staging)
-monitor_mode = true
-monitor_mode = true
-# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------