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dpqmphkncfd71gvxju44
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php-cgi monitoring

Post by dpqmphkncfd71gvxju44 » Fri Jan 11, 2013 7:12 am

Hello! Is there any way to monitor the current php-cgi processes, I mean how much are launched, how much are used, and which scripts are being executed by the moment? It would be helpful in case when Zend can't "locate a free PHP process" from server pool.

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Re: php-cgi monitoring

Post by idobms » Mon Jan 14, 2013 6:59 pm

You can see the number of phpcgi processes, their performance, CPU, memory, etc in task manager. Also the performance monitor can give you good metrics. Zend Server 6.0 (currently in beta) has a new capability where it provides detailed statistics on the application execution and requests so you can see how many transactions are being processed and where they spend their time.

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Re: php-cgi monitoring

Post by dpqmphkncfd71gvxju44 » Tue Jan 15, 2013 9:55 am

Ok, I ended up using commandline "tasklist" and "find" to get the needed information. Thanks.

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