Maintenance

The following describes tricks and tools useful for debugging and maintaining an instance of Pontoon deployed to Heroku.

Monitoring Celery

Flower is a web interface for monitoring a Celery task queue. It’s useful for seeing how the worker dynos are handling sync jobs.

After installation, you can run a local instance of Flower and connect it to a Heroku-hosted instance of RabbitMQ:

# Replace my-app-name with your Heroku app's name.
flower --broker=`heroku config:get RABBITMQ_URL --app=my-app-name`