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APM (Alternative PHP Monitor) web frontend
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APM (Alternative PHP Monitor) web frontend

APM (Alternative PHP Monitor) is a monitoring extension enabling native Application Performance Management (APM) for PHP.

This is the web frontend that enables visualizing the data gathered by that extension.


From source:

  1. Check out this repository so that it can be accessed by your webserver.

    git clone apm-web
  2. Configure config/db.php to use the correct backend:

    return new PDO("sqlite:/var/php/apm/db/events");
  3. Reach the created directory from your browser: http://localhost/path/to/apm-web/

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