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Coverband

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A gem to measure production code usage, showing a counter for the number of times each line of code that is executed. Coverband allows easy configuration to collect and report on production code usage. It reports in the background via a thread or can be used as Rack middleware, or manually configured to meet any need.

Note: Coverband is not intended for test code coverage, for that we recommended using SimpleCov.

Key Features

The primary goal of Coverband is giving deep insight into your production runtime usage of your application code, while having the least impact on performance possible.

  • Low performance overhead
  • Very simple setup and configuration
  • Out of the box support for all standard code execution paths (web, cron, background jobs, rake tasks, etc)
  • Easy to understand actionable insights from the report
  • Development mode, offers deep insight of code usage details (number of LOC execution during single request, etc) during development.
  • Mountable web interface to easily share reports

Installation

Coverband should be near zero config for Rails apps, if you have an issue with that, please file an issue.

Gem Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile, remember to bundle install after updating:

gem 'coverband'

Rails

The Railtie integration means you shouldn't need to do anything anything else.

  • By default Coverband will try to stored data to Redis
    • Redis endpoint is looked for in this order: ENV['COVERBAND_REDIS_URL'], ENV['REDIS_URL'], or localhost

Sinatra

For the best coverage you want this loaded as early as possible. I have been putting it directly in my config.ru but you could use an initializer, though you may end up missing some boot up coverage. To start collection require Coverband as early as possible.

require 'coverband'
require File.dirname(__FILE__) + '/config/environment'

use Coverband::Middleware
run ActionController::Dispatcher.new

Report Generation

There are two primary ways to generate and view the report

Rake Tasks

After installing the gem in Rails you should have these Rake tasks

rake -T coverband
rake coverband:coverage      # report runtime Coverband code coverage
rake coverband:clear         # reset Coverband coverage data, helpful for development, debugging, etc

You can view the report different ways, but the easiest is the Rake task which opens the SimpleCov formatted HTML.

rake coverband:coverage

This should auto-open in your browser, but if it doesn't the output file should be in coverage/index.html

Viewing the Report in App

First setup Coverband to write reports to S3 you can host the S3 file with a built in rack app in Coverband. Just configure your Rails route config/routes.rb

Rails.application.routes.draw do
  # ... lots of routes
  mount Coverband::Reporters::Web.new, at: '/coverage'
end

NOTE: ADD PASSWORD PROTECTION OR YOU CAN EXPOSE ALL YOUR SOURCE CODE

It is easy to add basic protection around the coverage data, below shows how you can use devise or basic auth, by adding a bit of code to your config/routes.rb file.

# protect with existing Rails devise configuration
devise_constraint = lambda do |request|
  request.env['warden'] && request.env['warden'].authenticate? && request.env['warden'].user.admin?
end

# protect with http basic auth
# curl --user foo:bar http://localhost:3000/coverage
Rails.application.routes.draw do
  # ... lots of routes

  # Create a Rack wrapper around the Coverband Web Reporter to support & prompt the user for basic authentication.
  AuthenticatedCoverband = Rack::Builder.new do 
    use Rack::Auth::Basic do |username, password|
      username == 'foo' && password == 'bar'
    end

    run Coverband::Reporters::Web.new 
  end

  # Connect the wrapper app to your desired endpoint.
  mount AuthenticatedCoverband, at: '/coverage'
end

Verify Correct Installation

  • boot up your application
  • run app and hit a controller (via a web request, at least one request must complete)
  • run rake coverband:coverage this will show app initialization coverage
  • make another request, or enough that your reporting frequency will trigger
  • run rake coverband:coverage and you should see coverage increasing for the endpoints you hit.

Coverband Demo

Take Coverband for a spin on the live Heroku deployed Coverband Demo. The full source code for the demo is available to help with installation, configuration, and understanding of basic usage.

How To Use

Below is my Coverband workflow, which hopefully will help other best use this library.

  • Install Coverband
  • Start your app and hit a few endpoints
  • Validate data collection and code coverage with rake coverband:coverage
  • If you see app startup and recent visits showing, setup is correct
  • I generally configure the mountable web endpoint to view the data via the web-app
  • After Coverband has been verified to be working on production, I let it run for a few weeks.
  • Then I view the report and start submitting PRs for the team to review delete large related sets of code that no longer are in use.

Coverband Web Endpoint

The web endpoint is a barebones endpoint that you can either expose direct (after authentication) or you can just link to the actions you wish to expose. The index is intended as a example to showcase all the features.

image

The web index as available on the Coverband Demo site

  • force coverage collection: This triggers coverage collection on the current webserver process
  • reload Coverband files: This has Coverband reload files as configured (force reload of some files that might not capture Coverage on boot)
  • clear coverage report: This will clear the coverage data. This wipes out all collected data (dangerous)

Example apps

Example Output

Since Coverband is Simplecov output compatible it should work with any of the SimpleCov::Formatter's available. The output below is produced using the default Simplecov HTML formatter.

Index Page image

Details on a example Sinatra app image

Advanced Coverband Config

You may need to configure Coverband you can either do that passing in all configuration options to Coverband.configure in block format, or a simpler style is to call Coverband.configure with no params which will load config/coverband.rb expecting it to configure the app correctly.

  • See lib/coverband/configuration.rb for all options
  • I strongly recommend setting up the S3 report adapter, which can't be automatically configured
  • By default Coverband will try to stored data to Redis
    • Redis endpoint is looked for in this order: ENV['COVERBAND_REDIS_URL'], ENV['REDIS_URL'], or localhost

Below is an example config file for a Rails 5 app:

#config/coverband.rb
Coverband.configure do |config|
  # configure S3 integration
  config.s3_bucket = 'coverband-demo'
  config.s3_region = 'us-east-1'
  config.s3_access_key_id = ENV['AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID']
  config.s3_secret_access_key = ENV['AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY']

  # config options false, true, or 'debug'. Always use false in production
  # true and debug can give helpful and interesting code usage information
  # they both increase the performance overhead of the gem a little.
  # they can also help with initially debugging the installation.
  config.verbose = false
end

Writing Coverband Results to S3

If you add some additional Coverband configuration your coverage html report will be written directly to S3, update config/coverband.rb like below.

  # configure S3 integration
  config.s3_bucket = 'coverband-demo'
  config.s3_region = 'us-east-1'
  config.s3_access_key_id = ENV['AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID']
  config.s3_secret_access_key = ENV['AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY']

Alternatively, Coverband if you don't set via the config.s3_* accessor methods will look for the standard S3 environment variables.

ENV['AWS_BUCKET']
ENV['AWS_REGION']
ENV['AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID']
ENV['AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY']

Clear Coverage

Now that Coverband uses MD5 hashes there should be no reason to manually clear coverage unless one is testing, changing versions, possibly debugging Coberband itself.

rake coverband:clear

Adding Rake Tasks outside of Rails

Rails apps should automaticallly include the tasks via the Railtie.

For non Rails apps, either add the below to your Rakefile or to a file included in your Rakefile such as lib/tasks/coverband.rake if you want to break it up that way.

require 'coverband'
Coverband.configure
require 'coverband/utils/tasks'

Verify it works

rake -T coverband
rake coverband:clear         # reset coverband coverage data
rake coverband:coverage      # report runtime coverband code coverage

Forcing Coverband to Track Coverage on files loaded during boot safe_reload_files

The way Coverband is built it will record and report code usage in production for anything required or loaded after calling Coverband.start. This means some of Rails initial files and Gems are loaded before you can generally call Coverband.start for example if you use the application.rb to initialize and start Coverband, that file will be reported as having no coverage, as it can't possibly start Coverband before the file is loaded.

The safe_reload_files reload option in the configuration options can help to ensure you can track any files you want regardless of them loading before Coverband. For example if I wanted to show the coverage of config/coverband.rb which has to be loaded before calling Coverband.start I could do that by adding that path to the safe_reload_files option.

Coverband.configure do |config|
  # ... a bunch of other options
  # using the new safe reload to enforce files loaded
  config.safe_reload_files = ['config/coverband.rb']
end

By adding any files above you will get reporting on those files as part of your coverage runtime report.

Collecting Gem / Library Usage

By default Coverband has assumed you are trying to track your application code usage not all the supporting framework and library (Gems) code usage. There has been some good points and reasons folks want to track library usage, for example to find out which Gems they aren't actually using in production. See some of the discussion on issue 21.

How to collect gem usage with Coverband:

  • use the safe_reload_files feature to add the path of all gem files you wish to track
  • --- or ---
  • ensure you call require 'coverband' which triggers Coverband.start before loading all your gems
    • while possible this is currently hard as Rails and most environments load your whole Gemfile
    • we are looking for an improve and easier way to support this.

Verbose Debug / Development Mode

Note: To debug issues getting Coverband working. I recommend running in development mode, by turning verbose logging on config.verbose = true and passing in the Rails.logger config.logger = Rails.logger to the Coverband config. This makes it easy to follow in development mode. Be careful to not leave these on in production as they will affect performance.


If you are trying to debug locally wondering what code is being run during a request. The verbose modes config.verbose = true and config.verbose = 'debug' can be useful. With true set it will output the number of lines executed per file, to the passed in log. The files are sorted from least used file to most active file. I have even run that mode in production without much of a problem. The debug verbose mode outputs both file usage and provides the number of calls per line of code. For example if you see something like below which indicates that the application_helper has 43150 lines executed. That might seem odd. Then looking at the breakdown of application_helper we can see that line 516 was executed 38,577 times. That seems bad, and is likely worth investigating perhaps memoizing or cacheing is required.

config.verbose = 'debug'

coverband file usage:
  [["/Users/danmayer/projects/app_name/lib/facebook.rb", 6],
  ["/Users/danmayer/projects/app_name/app/models/some_modules.rb", 9],
  ...
  ["/Users/danmayer/projects/app_name/app/models/user.rb", 2606],
  ["/Users/danmayer/projects/app_name/app/helpers/application_helper.rb",
  43150]]

file:
  /Users/danmayer/projects/app_name/app/helpers/application_helper.rb =>
  [[448, 1], [202, 1],
  ...
 [517, 1617], [516, 38577]]

Conflicting .Simplecov: Issue with Missing or 0% Coverage Report

If you use SimpleCov to generate code coverage for your tests. You might have setup a .simplecov file to help control and focus it's output. Often the settings you want for your test's code coverage report are different than what you want Coverband to be reporting on. Since Coverband uses the SimpleCov HTML formatter to prepare it's report.

So if you had something like this in a .simplecov file in the root of your project, as reported in issue 83

require 'simplecov'

SimpleCov.start do
  add_filter 'app/admin'
  add_filter '/spec/'
  add_filter '/config/'
  add_filter '/vendor/'
  add_filter 'userevents'
end

You could see some confusing results... To avoid this issue Coverband has a Rake task that will ignore all Simplecov filters.

rake coverband:coverage_no_filters

This will build the report after disabling any .simplecov applied settings.

Prerequisites

  • Coverband 3.0.X+ requires Ruby 2.3+
  • Coverband currently requires Redis for production usage

Contributing To Coverband

If you are working on adding features, PRs, or bugfixes to Coverband this section should help get you going.

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Make sure all tests are passing (run bundle install, make sure Redis is running, and then execute rake test)
  6. Create new Pull Request

Tests & Benchmarks

If you submit a change please make sure the tests and benchmarks are passing.

  • run tests:
    • bundle exec rake
    • BUNDLE_GEMFILE=Gemfile.rails4 bundle exec rake (Same tests using rails 4 instead of 5)
  • view test coverage: open coverage/index.html
  • run the benchmarks before and after your change to see impact
    • rake benchmarks

Known Issues

  • total fail on front end code, because of the precompiled template step basically coverage doesn't work well for erb, slim, and the like.
    • related it will try to report something, but the line numbers reported for ERB files are often off and aren't considered useful. I recommend filtering out .erb using the config.ignore option. The default configuration excludes these files
  • If you have SimpleCov filters, you need to clear them prior to generating your coverage report. As the filters will be applied to Coverband as well and can often filter out everything we are recording.
  • coverage doesn't show for Rails config/application.rb or config/boot.rb as they get loaded when loading the Rake environment prior to starting the Coverage library.

Debugging Redis Store

What files have been synced to Redis?

Coverband.configuration.store.covered_files

What is the coverage data in Redis?

Coverband.configuration.store.coverage

License

This is a MIT License project... See the file license.txt for copying permission.

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