Removing Kadira from Meteor

How to remove Kadira from your Meteor Project (since it is going away)

Given the recent news about Kadira going bye-bye I decided to look at all my Meteor JS projects and decide of the ones using Kadria APM were worth moving onto a self-hosted version.

There were at least a few I figured I should just remove Kadira from, since I wasn’t even checking in to see how things were trending.

Running the following line from inside your project directory will remove Kadira from your project.

meteor remove meteorhacks:kadira

Then you need to remove references to the key and secret key used by Kadira. For me running on Heroku it was as simple as removing those environment variables from the settings tab. If you store those details in a file somewhere you should remove them.

Hope that helps!


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