This library is based on the ‘async_hooks’ lib and will create a request scoped context, which can store or generate a correlation ID, as well as other meta data we may need about the request.
I’m currently a software engineer working on a serverless, event-driven, multi-tenanted, and distributed system built with TypeScript and hosted with Google Cloud Platform. The project began quite recently and had a major emphasis on throughput of work. Now however, we’ve hit a critical point in our product road map, and have begun to work on system stabilisation as the primary focus, before pressing on with new features.
To that end, the first and arguably most important thing missing from the system, was having correlated logs. As one might imagine, having a large and growing system without some form of log correlation, only leads to headaches and late night debugging sessions. So I decided to take on the daunting task of retrofitting log correlation across the systems.
For all of the HTTP endpoints, which use Express under the hood, this wasn’t a problem and simply intercepting all incoming requests with a middleware component was a doddle. The real problems started when looking at Firebase’s
The first major issue that I ran into, was that there obviously wasn’t any middleware component for
onCall functions, nor were there any for
PubSubfunctions. I certainly wasn’t going to settle for passing the correlation ID around in function parameters, as this is messy and unmaintainable in small systems, let alone a large and growing system. So I began to investigate how to create a request scoped context and quite quickly identified Node’s ‘async_hooks’ functionality as a possible saviour.
The ‘async_hooks’ library essentially allows you to track asynchronous tasks with a builtin API. Let’s take a look at how we can create a context, in which we can store a correlation ID, meta data about the request or anything else we may need to be accessible from within the scope of one of the above named functions.
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