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A free, flexible, powerful tool that helps you monitor PHP Service and profiling PHP code.

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✨ Features

  • 🌈 Get detailed PHP runtime data.
  • 🌍 Monitor production environment time consuming requests.
  • 🛡 Displays the memory and CPU consumption of the underlying function.
  • 🎨 Use various kinds of visual graphics to display data.

⚙️ System requirements

  • uprofiler,xhprof,tideways php extension(default tideways).
  • composer
  • PHP 5.6+

Install tideways extension

PHP 5.6(download tideways v4.1.5) PHP 7.0+(download tideways v4.1.7) ````bash wget --no-check-certificate && tar zxvf v4.1.7.tar.gz && cd php-xhprof-extension-4.1.7 && phpize && ./configure && make && sudo make install

Add configuration data on `php.ini`.You should see something like:


Once installed, you can use the following command to check:

> php --ri tideways
tideways => 4.1.7

Install php-monitor

composer create-project --prefer-dist --ignore-platform-reqs laynefyc/php-monitor php-monitor && cd php-monitor/public && php -S

Visit and input account and password(php/php).

Detailed installation tutorial

  1. Download & Update Projects

    composer create-project --prefer-dist --ignore-platform-reqs laynefyc/php-monitor php-monitor


    git clone
    cd php-monitor
    composer update --ignore-platform-reqs
  2. The project can set data storage mode and supports MySQL, MongoDB, SQLite.
    Set in configuration file

    ,The information is as follows:
    // 'save' => [
    //     'driver'    => 'mysql',
    //     'host'      => '',
    //     'database'  => 'php_monitor',
    //     'username'  => '',
    //     'password'  => 'abcd1234',
    //     'charset'   => 'utf8mb4'
    // ],
    // 'save' => [
    //     'driver'    => 'mongodb',
    //     'host'      => '',
    //     'database'  => 'php_monitor',
    //     'username'  => '',
    //     'password'  => ''
    // ],
    'save' => [
        'driver'    => 'sqlite',
        'database'  =>  dirname(__DIR__).'/db/php_monitor.sqlite3'

    SQLite is used by default in this project,if you use other databases, please uncomment them.

    If you want to use MySQL to run the following table creation statement (table name cannot be modified):

    CREATE TABLE `php_monitor` (
        `id` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT COMMENT 'Auto-increment number ',
        `url` text CHARACTER SET utf8 COMMENT 'Request URL',
        `server_name` varchar(255) CHARACTER SET utf8 DEFAULT NULL COMMENT 'Service name',
        `get` text COMMENT 'GET parameter',
        `pmu` int(11) unsigned DEFAULT NULL COMMENT 'Memory spike',
        `wt` int(11) unsigned DEFAULT NULL COMMENT 'Total time spent in microseconds',
        `cpu` int(11) unsigned DEFAULT NULL COMMENT 'Total CPU cycle time',
        `ct` int(3) NOT NULL COMMENT 'Total calls',
        `mu` int(11) unsigned DEFAULT NULL COMMENT 'Current memory consumption',
        `request_time` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL DEFAULT '0' COMMENT 'Request time accurate to seconds',
        `request_time_micro` int(10) unsigned DEFAULT '0' COMMENT 'Request time accurate to microseconds',
        `profile` longblob NOT NULL COMMENT 'performance data,
        `server` longblob COMMENT 'SERVER parameter',
        `type` varchar(16) DEFAULT NULL COMMENT 'Request time includes GET,POST',
        `ip` varchar(16) DEFAULT NULL COMMENT 'IP address',
        PRIMARY KEY (`id`),
        KEY `idx_url` (`url`),
        KEY `idx_ip` (`ip`)

    Mongodb database will build its own tables, but it needs to add indexes by yourself.The adding way as follows:

    show dbs
    use php_monitor //Please select your own database

    The table name for all data storage methods must be

    and does not support modification.
  3. The operation of monitoring platform

    It can directly pass the following command during testing:

    cd php-monitor/public
    php -S
    After running successfully ,It can be accessed .

    Non-test environment please use Nginx.The configuration is as follows:

    server {
        listen       8066;
        server_name  localhost;
        root /home/www/cai/php-monitor/public;
        index  index.php index.html;
        location / {
            root /home/www/cai/php-monitor/public;
    location ~ \.php$ {
        include        fastcgi_params;
        fastcgi_param  SCRIPT_FILENAME  $document_root/index.php;


  4. Login background

    Login account password can be modified directly in the configuration file,

    'user' => [
        //login account and password

    Please change the account number and password in time after release. If you require a higher level of security, please extend the method of Login Controller.php file.

  5. Introduce monitoring into the project.

    The project is monitored in a non-invasive way, without any interference to the service in operation.

    There are two ways to add monitoring to a project. One is to modify the nginx configuration:

    For example, to monitor the running service, you only need to add a line of configuration information in the nginx configuration file
    ````nginx fastcgiparam PHPVALUE "autoprependfile={php-monitor-path}/src/autoPrepend.php";

    The effect of adding configuration is as follows (other content is just for demonstration, not the same nginx configuration):

    ````nginx server { listen 80; server_name; root your/webroot/; location ~ .php$ { fastcgi_pass; include fastcgi_params; fastcgi_param SCRIPT_FILENAME $document_root/index.php; fastcgi_param PHP_VALUE "auto_prepend_file={php-monitor-path}/src/autoPrepend.php"; } }

    This way is to use the

    interface provided by PHP,interfaceing need to restart nginx after adding configuration.

    The second way is to import the entry file that needs to monitor the project directly , usually add it in

    require '/home/www/cai/php-monitor/src/autoPrepend.php';

    The effect after adding configuration is as follows (except the core code, the other code is for demonstration):

    //The core code is here
    require '/home/www/cai/php-monitor/src/autoPrepend.php';

    include 'vendor/autoload.php'; $config = require('src/config/config.php'); (new Router($config))->run();

    After adding the burying point, the request record of project can be viewed in the monitoring background.

  6. More details

* MongoDB has the fastest storage speed. If you have high performance requirements, please use it first.
* Modify the profile.enable property of the configuration file to modify the sampling frequency. Generally speaking, it is not necessary to store all requests.For example, 'rand (1, 100) > 60' is to set the sampling rate to '40%';
* Modify the profiler.filter_path attribute of the configuration file to filter services that you do not want to collect, such as some intranet services that do not care about execution efficiency;
  1. Swoole support

    public function onReceive(\swoole_server $serv, $fd, $from_id, $dataSrc)
        require '/home/www/cai/php-monitor/src/autoPrepend.php';
    //your code



  • [x] Sqlite storage mode development;
  • [x] Perfect internationalization;
  • [x] Improve documentation;
  • [x] CI process access;
  • [x] Supplementary unit test;
  • [x] Composer package encapsulation;
  • [ ] Rewrite xhprof extension;
  • [ ] Separation of buried point module and display module;
  • [ ] Docker access;


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