I love Sentry, but it’s very heavy. It runs close to 50 Docker containers, some of which use more than 1GB RAM each. I’m running it on a VPS with 10GB RAM and it barely fits on there. They used to say 8GB RAM is required but bumped it to 16GB RAM after I started using it.

It’s built for large-scale deployments and has a nice scalable enterprise-ready design using things like Apache Kafka, but I just don’t need that since all I’m using it for is tracking bugs in some relatively small C# and JavaScript projects, which may amount to a few hundred events per week if that. I don’t use any of the fancier features in Sentry, like the live session recording / replay or the performance analytics.

I could move it to one of my 16GB or 24GB RAM systems, but instead I’m looking to evaluate some lighter-weight systems to replace it. What I need is:

  • Support for C# and JavaScript, including mapping stack traces to original source code using debug symbols for C# and source maps for JavaScript.
    • Ideally supports React component stack traces in JS.
  • Automatically group the same bugs together, if multiple people hit the same issue
    • See how many users are affected by a bug
  • Ignore particular errors
  • Mark a bug as “fixed in next release” and reopen it if it’s logged again in a new release
  • Associate bugs with GitHub issues
  • Ideally supports login via OpenID Connect

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

  • @justcallmelarry@lemmy.dbzer0.com
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    14 months ago

    https://glitchtip.com/blog/2022-04-25-glitchtip-1-12

    This blog post mentions that it should be possible at least!

    Im currently using their free tier for a hobby project and have been happy with it. Have considered moving over to self hosting the solution, but have been keeping off on it due to resource contraints, but might make the leap soon! Would be nice to get use of the uptime pings, which currently would fill the event way too quickly for the free tier.

    • @danOPA
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      14 months ago

      Perfect, thanks. Strange that it’s not in their docs, but it does seem like their docs are very minimal.