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In T231204 and T249120 we introduced tracking for the Wikidata Bridge to help us make decisions for future development. We have dashboards on grafana-labs prepared for it (linked in previous tickets) to track non-production data. We now want to also have them for the production data now that the Wikidata Bridge is deployed.

Some things could be taken from beta dashboard:

Acceptance criteria:

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We should probably look at the "beta" dashboard and carry everything over from there that is expected.

Also, we should double-check the existing panel as there should be some data displayed by now, even if it comes just from us playing around with it on cawiki.

I think I’ve fixed the Data Types dashboard on the existing panel now, other panels TBD later.

I think I’ve fixed the Data Types dashboard on the existing panel now, other panels TBD later.

Thank you! Though looking at it, I feel we may want to tweak a bit how it is displayed. Maybe increase the intervals/bins to per day?

Yeah I think per day makes more sense.

Well, then we get this…

Doesn’t look very useful to me. I tried to add a table with total counts for the selected time range, but when I went to save it Grafana told me someone else had already edited the board.

I already adjusted it and I thought/intended to set the default dashboard time frame to "the last 7 days" as that would seem more useful anyway. Not sure why it shows you the last hours again?

Well, because I had/have &from=now-6h&to=now in the URL ^^

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However, the two performance metrics to the left look very strange:

  • The 99th percentile of the link-listener attach time looks way too high?
  • The percentiles for the click delay shouldn't all be always the same? -> probably just not enough data. These percentiles are aggregated per minute.

The link-listener attach time seems high indeed, but I think the log scale might be a bit confusing? On a linear scale, it looks clearer to me that the really high times are only short spikes:

Mh, true. I can't reproduce it with closing/restoring a tab or session. Guess we just have to accept it as a mystery for now. Moving to verification for @Lydia_Pintscher.

Change 621718 had a related patch set uploaded (by Michael Große; owner: Michael Große):
[mediawiki/extensions/Wikibase@master] bridge: Don't record performance in background tabs

Change 621718 merged by jenkins-bot:
[mediawiki/extensions/Wikibase@master] bridge: Don't record performance in background tabs