Backtrace

Author: Samy Al Bahra

Introducing our new integration wizard

A new integration wizard has just been released, allowing you to more easily integrate your applications into Backtrace. The wizard guides you through the steps of creating a new project, integrating an application and introduces you to other value-add features such as workflow integrations. Look below to see a live demo of how we process firefox crash dumps with symbolification in a matter of seconds.

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Upload dumps with your web browser

Most users of Backtrace automatically submit error and crash reports, however some users just want to manually upload a few dumps from environments where automated submission is turned off. It is now possible to do this directly through our web console with just a few clicks. Simply select “Trace Upload” menu item to upload one or more minidumps or Backtrace snapshots for processing. It is also possible to do this from the command-line with the morgue tool. Read more to see a video of this functionality in action.

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Error Report Analysis from the Command Line

Backtrace now includes a completely new storage and indexing subsystem that enables engineers to slice and dice hundreds of attributes in real-time easily so they can better triage and investigate errors across their ecosystem, all from the comfort of their command-line environment. When an application crash occurs, there are hundreds of data points that may be relevant to the fault. This can range from application-specific attributes, such as version or request type to crucial fault data such as crashing address, fault type, garbage collector statistics to environment data such as system memory utilization.

Read on to learn more how you can interact with Backtrace from the command line for crash report and error investigation.

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Debug with your Web Browser

We are happy to announce the beta release of the Backtrace web-based inspector. Seamlessly integrated into the Backtrace Console, you will now be able to view detailed application state captured at the time of error. This information includes all threads (and goroutines for the Gophers), variables, memory allocation details, annotations, pretty-printed data structures, and more. Read More

Snapshot Serialization

The latest version of the object store allows engineers to view all the gory details of their application state at the time of error right in their web browser. Simply click on the drop-down menu for [snapshots (https://documentation.backtrace.io/overview/#snapshot-generator) to request a version of a snapshot be serialized in either a human-readable summary, detailed JSON or… Read More