pypi newrelic 9.9.0

latest release: 9.9.1
29 days ago


This release of the Python agent updates Celery instrumentation, adds new Langchain vectorstores, adds configuration to capture memory usage runtime metrics per process, fixes a content reporting issue in Anthropic Claude, and upgrades internal version of urllib3 to v1.26.18.

Install the agent using easy_install/pip/distribute via the Python Package Index or download it directly from the New Relic download site.


  • Upgrade internal version of urllib3 to v1.26.18

    • Upgrade the internal version of urllib3 used in the Python Agent to v1.26.18 to resolve security warnings.

New features

  • Update Celery instrumentation

    • Add support for distributed tracing in Celery over AMQP headers.
    • Remove duplicate function traces for some methods of running tasks.
      • All tasks should now only be instrumented once, and will report either an OtherTransaction, or a FunctionTrace if run under an existing transaction.
    • Fix instrumentation for grouped celery tasks APIs, such as,, and celery.chunks().
      • Tasks run using or task.starmap() will now name tasks in the format Celery/ to allow you to differentiate between map tasks.
      • Individual task runs created by the map() and starmap() tasks will be traced with a FunctionTrace to capture individual timings.
  • Add new Langchain vectorstores

    • Support for the following Langchain vectorstores: DuckDB, EcloudESVectorStore, InMemoryVectorStore, PathwayVectorClient, VDMS
  • Add configuration setting to enable capturing of memory usage runtime metrics per process

    • Add memory_runtime_pid_metrics.enabled configuration setting to toggle capturing of memory usage metrics (per process ID only) to reduce Metric Grouping Issues (MGI).

Bug fixes

  • Report only raw content dictionary for Anthropic Claude

    • Previously, AWS Bedrock's Anthropic Claude model would report a list of dictionaries of message content. Now it reports a single dictionary of message content.

Support statement

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