OpenStack analytics dashboard
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Application Features

Stackalytics is a service that automatically analyzes OpenStack development activities and displays statistics on contribution. The features are:

  • Extraction of author information from git log, store it in the database;
  • Calculate metrics on number of lines changed (LOC) and commits;
  • Mapping authors to companies and launchpad ids;
  • Filter statistics by time, modules, companies, authors;
  • Extract blueprint and bug ids from commit messages;
  • Auto-update of database.


To run Stackalytics, you first need to create two kind of configuration files. The one is default_data.json which shows which sources(git repo, ml, etc.) need to be analyzed. Another is stackalytics.conf which shows basic configuration like HTTP listening host and port, etc. Stackalytics repository contains the default files of these configuration under etc/ directory. It would be useful to copy and change them as you like.

  1. You need to install Stackalytics. This is done with pip after you check out Stackalytics repository:

    $ git clone
    $ cd stackalytics
    $ sudo pip install -r requirements.txt
    $ sudo python install
  2. Install and run memcached DB:

    $ sudo apt-get install memcached
    $ memcached -u memcache -d
  3. Analyze data which are specifed on default_data.json and store the data into memcached DB:

    $ stackalytics-processor
  4. Start HTTP server of Stackalytics:

    $ stackalytics-dashboard
  5. Users can access Stackalytics site on as the default.

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