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ThinkPHP Blog:
LAMP App Monitoring
August 21, 2007 @ 08:49:00

On the ThinkPHP blog today, Bjorn Schotte points out a PHP extension that has the potential to be very useful for developers wanting to monitor the current usage of the parts of their scripts - mod_top.

mod_top is a PHP extension that is able to monitor PHP 4.4.x and PHP 5.x based applications. Sounds cool. Unfortunately it seems there's no source available, but the FAQ says that mod_top is free.

Check out some of the screenshots to get an idea of what the output looks like. There's three simple steps to getting it up and running - installing the Lamp1701 libraries, installing the PHP Probe extension and, of course, running the software. Check out the project's page for more information including the downloads.

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