How to use the wtfnode.dump function in wtfnode

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github DefinitelyTyped / DefinitelyTyped / types / wtfnode / wtfnode-tests.ts View on Github external
/// 

import * as wtf from 'wtfnode';

wtf.init();
wtf.setLogger('info', (message?: any, ...optionalParams: any[]) => console.info(message, ...optionalParams));
wtf.setLogger('warn', (message?: any, ...optionalParams: any[]) => console.warn(message, ...optionalParams));
wtf.setLogger('error', (message?: any, ...optionalParams: any[]) => console.error(message, ...optionalParams));
wtf.dump();
wtf.resetLoggers();
github mongodb / node-mongodb-native / test / tools / runner / plugins / client_leak_checker.js View on Github external
after(function() {
  wtfnode.dump();

  const isUnifiedTopology = this.configuration.usingUnifiedTopology;
  const traces = [];
  const openClientCount = activeClients.reduce((count, client) => {
    const isConnected = isUnifiedTopology
      ? unifiedTopologyIsConnected(client)
      : client.isConnected();

    if (isConnected) {
      traces.push(client.trace);
      return count + 1;
    }

    return count;
  }, 0);
github gitterHQ / halley / test / helpers / cleanup-test-process.js View on Github external
setInterval(function() {
      wtf.dump();
    }, 1000).unref();
  })

wtfnode

Utility to help find out why Node isn't exiting

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