||Alternative PHP Monitor
||Patrick Allaert <firstname.lastname@example.org> (lead) [details]
Olivier Garcia (developer) [details]
Davide Mendolia <email@example.com> (lead) [details]
||Monitoring extension for PHP, collects error events and statistics and send them to one of his drivers:
SQLite and MariaDB/MySQL drivers are storing those in a database.
StatsD driver sends them to StatsD using UDP.
Socket driver sends them via UDP or TCP socket using its dedicated protocol.
More drivers to come (SNMP, e-mail, Hadoop,...).
A web frontend exists for manipulating the data stored in database at: https://github.com/patrickallaert/php-apm-web
- Double initialization of request data.
This could lead to data being present twice in DBs (reproducible with both SQLite and MySQL enabled).
- Default value of apm.dump_max_depth decreased to 1.
With today's application complexity, the amount of data collected in stacktraces
including arguments can lead to several thousands of MiB of memory consumed.
We recommend increasing this value with care.
- Weird things could happen when changing 'apm.enabled' during a request. It doesn't make much sense to support
in request activation/deactivation. 'apm.enabled' is therefor now PHP_INI_SYSTEM.