what "php" is running on my server?


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I want to see what php code is hogging my server resources, but by a common task manager all I can see is a bunch httpd processes which do not tell me much, I want to know what php code called that new httpd process...how can I "unmask" this httpd processes to see what php code/web page called them?

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I'm a bit of a beginner to php and indeed web programming.
I want to know how I can start a php program running on website server. In fact I need how to start and stop it.
The program takes data that is dumped onto the server, and formats the data and places it in a database. The data is dumped on the server every minute.
I plan to write another php program to draw some graphs based on the data in the database.
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what "php" is running on my server?
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I want to see what php code is hogging my server resources, but by a common task manager all I can see is a bunch httpd processes which do not tell me much, I want to know what php code called that new httpd process...how can I "unmask" this httpd processes to see what php code/web page called them?
How can you share PHP variables with all PHP scripts running on a server?
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To be clear, I'm not looking for the sharing of variables:

  • Between areas of code in the one request using $GLOBALS.
  • Between sessions with $_SESSION.
  • Between requests that serialize the variables for storage (e.g., APC or memcached).

What I am looking for is a mechanism whereby the PHP variable's zval structures are persisted in memory between requests.

I've written a small number of PHP C extensions (with plain old C and with PHP-CPP), so if this has to be done with an extension, that's probably OK.



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