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Enables AWS X-Ray (https://aws.amazon.com/xray/) for the entire Serverless stack or individual functions.
Update: as of
2.0.0, the plugin uses Cloud Formation to update
TracingConfig and no longer makes additional AWS SDK calls. No change to YAML contract: stays same as in 1.x. Tested with
Note: this plugin is currently Beta.
Note: 1.x was tested to work well with
email@example.com. Some older versions of
npm install --save-dev serverless-plugin-tracing
service: my-great-service provider: name: aws stage: test tracing: true # enable tracing iamRoleStatements: - Effect: "Allow" # xray permissions (required) Action: - "xray:PutTraceSegments" - "xray:PutTelemetryRecords" Resource: - "*" plugins: - serverless-plugin-tracing functions: mainFunction: # inherits tracing settings from "provider" handler: src/app/index.handler healthCheckFunction: tracing: false # overrides provider settings (opt out)
Serverless: Tracing ENABLED for function "my-great-service-test-mainFunction" Serverless: Tracing DISABLED for function "my-great-service-test-healthcheck"
Important: in addition to using the plugin, you need to enable capturing traces in the code as well:
const awsXRay = require('aws-xray-sdk'); const awsSdk = awsXRay.captureAWS(require('aws-sdk'));
The plugin only controls the checkbox that be viewed in AWS Console: go to AWS Lambda -> select a Lambda function -> Configuration tab -> Advanced settings -> “Enable active tracing”. If
tracing ends up being
true for a function, the checkbox will be checked for that function.