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User count

It aggregates the numbers of users who connect to the Node.js web application server.

  • trace_user_enabled Boolean

    Default true

    Set whether or not to aggregate real-time users. If the user tracing option setting is duplicated, the action priority is as follows.

    1. trace_user_using_ip
    2. user_header_ticket
  • trace_user_cookie_limit Int

    Default 2048

    If cookies are issued for counting users, a cookie overflow may occur if there are too many cookies. To prevent this from happening, set the limit.

  • trace_user_using_ip Boolean

    Default true

    It aggregates real-time users based on the IP address. If you want to distinguish users based on the cookie rather than IP addresses, change the value to false.

  • user_header_ticket String

    To aggregate the numbers of users with a specific value in the HTTP header, set the key value. If headers are used to distinguish users in case of mobile clients, the following options are available.

  • trace_http_client_ip_header_key String

    This function sets the client IP (remote IP) with a specific HTTP header value. In the proxy environment, the X-Forwarded-For header can be set with the client IP.

    If the load balancer like L4 is located before WEB/WAS, in some cases, the IP address of L4 becomes the remote address instead of the IP address of the client. In this situation, if the actual client IP is recorded as a specific key value in the HTTP header, it can be replaced with the corresponding key value.

  • trace_user_using_jsession Boolean

    Default false

    It aggregates real-time users based on SESSIONID.

  • user_header_ticket_enabled Boolean

    Default false

    It is used to differentiate user IDs with a specific value in the HTTP header. It is frequently delivered when accessing from mobile devices.