Run Sequence Instrumentation Engine¶
Failify’s deterministic failure injection requires binary instrumentation. Different programming languages require different instrumentors, and thus, if you are going to use this feature, you need to specify the programming language for involved services.
Next, for each service, you may need to mark some paths as library or instrumentable paths. Check specific language instructions as this may differ based on the programming language in use.
AspectJ is used for Java instrumentation. AspectJ 1.8+ should work perfectly with
Failify. You need to install Aspectj on your machine and expose
ASPECTJ_HOME environment variable pointing to the
home directory of AspectJ in your machine. Also, you need to include AspectJ and Failify runtime dependencies to your
project. Example dependencies to be added to your pom file with AspectJ 1.8.12 are as follows:
<dependency> <groupId>io.failify</groupId> <artifactId>failifyrt</artifactId> <version>0.1.0</version> </dependency> <dependency> <groupId>org.aspectj</groupId> <artifactId>aspectjrt</artifactId> <version>1.8.12</version> </dependency>
Finally, you need to mark:
- all of the required jar files or class file directories to run your application as library path.
- all of the jar files or class file directories which contain a method included as the last method in one of the stack trace events as instrumentable path
.withService("service1") .applicationPath("./projectFiles", "/project") // It is possible to use wildcard paths for marking library paths .libraryPath("/project/libs/*.jar") // This is a target path in the node. .applicationPath("target/classes", "/project/libs/classes", PathAttr.LIBRARY) .applicationPath("./extraLib.jar", "/project/libs/extraLib.jar", PathAttr.LIBRARY) .instrumentablePath("/project/libs/main.jar") // This is a target path in the node .instrumentablePath("/project/libs/classes") .and()