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Vladimir Smirnov 79775ff7e8
Merge pull request #381 from Quasilyte/patch-1
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cache remove memcache support 1 year ago
carbonapipb Add logging for metric count, which is especially important for 5 months ago
cmd log referer for slow requests 2 months ago
contrib Move zipper contrib files to own subdir 5 months ago
date Remove unnecessary type casts 6 months ago
doc/development Update docs/development/functions 10 months ago
expr add more aggregation functions 1 month ago
internal Delete unused package internal/ipb3 6 months ago
intervalset Remove unnecessary type casts 6 months ago
limiter Make split by globs working 10 months ago
mstats mstats: add TotalAlloc 3 years ago
pathcache Remove carbonzipper dependency from carbonapi 6 months ago
pkg/parser pkg/parser: fix type switch case order 1 month ago
scripts Refactor functions again 10 months ago
tests Remove unnecessary type casts 6 months ago
util/ctx Unify util/context packages 6 months ago
vendor Update protocol 5 months ago
zipper log query for failed responce from backend group 2 months ago
.codacy.yaml Adding codacy config file for better control of codacy checks. (#266) 1 year ago
.gitignore Remove carbonzipper dependency from carbonapi 6 months ago
.travis.yml changing default golang we use for packaging to 1.10.x instead of beta 5 months ago
Gopkg.lock Update protocol 5 months ago
Gopkg.toml Remove unused vendored dependencies 5 months ago
LICENSE Initial tests for BroadcastGroup 8 months ago
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CarbonAPI and Carbonzipper

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CarbonAPI and Carbonzipper are Go implementations of a Graphite API server. See cmd/carbonapi and cmd/carbonzipper for more information on each.

CarbonAPI should now do everything Carbonzipper used to. It’s probably the project you’re interested in.


This program was originally developed for With approval from, the code was generalised and published as Open Source on github, for which the author would like to express his gratitude.


This code is licensed under the BSD-2 license.