The XCMetrics Backstage plugin offers a great way to visually analyze and inspect
the metrics collected by XCMetrics. To use it, simply
install the plugin
to your instance of Backstage and navigate to
Turn on the Scheduled Jobs
The Backstage plugin needs aggregated data that is computed every day. To do this, we are using Vapor’s Scheduled Jobs support and you will need to enable it in your Backend deployment.
For doing that, you need to:
- Start the backend with the
- Pass the Environment Variable
XCMETRICS_SCHEDULE_STATISTICS_JOBSwith the value “1”:
XCMETRICS_SCHEDULE_STATISTICS_JOBS=1 ./XCMetricsBackend queues --scheduled --env production
Is important to note, that is not recommended to start more than one instance of the backend with to run the scheduled jobs because the same job may run in all of them causing some issues in the data that is computed by them. You can see an example of how to configure a single instance with the responsibility to run the job in this example.