Enabling Usage Statistics
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This chapter is for System Administrators who want to automatically send some aggregate usage statistics to CircleCI. Usage statistics data enhances visibility into CircleCI installations.
To opt-in to this feature, navigate to your Management Console settings (e.g. circleci-hostname.com:8800/settings) and scroll down to Usage Statistics. Enable the radio button labeled Automatically send some usage statistics to CircleCI, as shown below.
Detailed Usage Statistics
The following sections provide information about the usage statistics CircleCI will gather when this setting is enabled.
Weekly Account Usage
Uniquely identifies each vcs account
For each account, track weekly builds performed in minutes.
Weekly Job Activity
Identifies which week the data below applies to
Track builds performed by week
Captures new Builds performed on 1.0. Observe if users are starting new projects on 1.0.
Captures Builds performed on 1.0 and 2.0. Observe if users are moving towards 2.0 or staying with 1.0.
Accessing Usage Data
If you would like programatic access to this data in order to better understand your users you may run this command from the Services VM.
docker exec usage-stats /src/builds/extract
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