PHP FPM Logs & Metrics Monitoring

Monitor the health, performance, and resource utilization of PHP-FPM instances actively, ensuring optimal performance even amidst sudden traffic spikes or resource fluctuations.

PHP FPM Logs & Metrics Monitoring
PHP-FPM CPU & Memory UsageResource Usage

PHP-FPM CPU & Memory Usage Tracking

Monitor real-time CPU and memory usage across multiple PHP-FPM instances, gaining immediate visibility into resource utilization. Correlate CPU and memory metrics with APM metrics like response times and request throughput to better understand the relationship between resource consumption and application behavior, facilitating timely optimizations for maintaining application stability and responsiveness.

PHP-FPM CPU & Memory Usage
PHP FPM Log EventsPHP FPM Logs

Real-time PHP FPM Log Events

Collect and analyze logs from your PHP FPM processes by creating customized log processing rules to extract specific fields, filter logs based on criteria like severity or content, and enhance logs with additional metadata. Utilize search, filter, and aggregation functionalities to identify patterns and conduct complex searches and aggregations, enabling you to drill down into specific issues or metrics.

PHP FPM Log Events

Timely Notifications to Track PHP-FPM Metrics

By configuring proactive alerts based on predefined thresholds or custom conditions, you can ensure timely notifications via email, SMS, or integrations with collaboration platforms like Slack and PagerDuty. This proactive monitoring of PHP-FPM metrics enables prompt reaction to anomalies, minimizing downtime, and ensuring optimal application performance.

PHP FPM Logs Notification

Logs Aggregate and Analysis made easy!

Live performance data

Real-time alerting

Immediate notification of high-priority incidents through advanced configurations based on error logs or custom queries.

Resolve issues quickly

Filter Context

Enhance debugging by adding/deleting related streams like host, service, source, severity for focused analysis.

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Seek by Time

Pinpoint events in distributed logs for detailed issue resolution—critical for understanding specific occurrences across systems.

Smart notifications

Saved Views

Save, re-run searches, and manage views easily within the event viewer—modify filters swiftly for efficient log event analysis.

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Designed to help developers and managers determine when and where their attention is required and enable teams to make fast.

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Email digests

Don't miss out on your events and error stats. Atatus can send you weekly and monthly summaries directly to your inbox.

FAQs on PHP FPM Logs & Metrics Monitoring

What is PHP FPM?

PHP FPM, or PHP FastCGI Process Manager, is a robust implementation of the FastCGI protocol for PHP. It serves as a process manager for PHP applications, optimizing performance by maintaining a pool of worker processes to handle incoming web requests efficiently. This approach improves resource utilization, stability, and configuration flexibility for PHP-based web applications.

Why is monitoring PHP FPM logs and metrics important?

Monitoring PHP FPM logs and metrics is crucial for understanding the performance and health of PHP applications. It helps in identifying issues such as slow requests, errors, and resource utilization, enabling timely troubleshooting and optimization.

What are some common metrics to monitor in PHP FPM?

Common metrics to monitor in PHP FPM include:

  1. Request Throughput: The number of requests processed per unit of time.
  2. Request Latency: The time taken to process each request.
  3. CPU and Memory Usage: The CPU and memory consumption of PHP FPM processes.
  4. Slow Requests: Requests that exceed a certain threshold of processing time.
  5. Process Status: The number of active, idle, and max children processes.
  6. Error Rate: The rate of errors encountered by PHP FPM processes.
How can Atatus help in monitoring PHP FPM logs and metrics?

Atatus provides unified observability platform for PHP FPM logs and metrics. It offers integrations that allow users to collect, visualize, and analyze PHP FPM metrics alongside other infrastructure and application metrics in a centralized dashboard.

How can I enable PHP FPM logging manually?

PHP FPM logging can be enabled and configured in the php-fpm.conf file. To enable logging, locate the php-fpm.conf file, typically located in /etc/php/{version}/fpm/php-fpm.conf, and ensure that the error_log directive is set to a valid file path where logs will be written. Additionally, you can configure the log level using the log_level directive. Once configured, restart the PHP FPM service for changes to take effect.

Can Atatus help in troubleshooting PHP FPM performance issues?

Yes, Atatus provides deep insights into PHP FPM performance through detailed metrics and logs analysis. It helps in identifying bottlenecks, resource constraints, and errors affecting PHP application performance, facilitating effective troubleshooting and optimization.

Can Atatus handle monitoring PHP FPM in a distributed environment?

Yes, Atatus supports monitoring PHP FPM in distributed environments by providing centralized monitoring and management capabilities. It allows users to monitor PHP FPM instances across multiple servers or containers from a single dashboard.

Can I set up alerts for PHP FPM metrics in Atatus?

Yes, Atatus allows for flexible alerting configurations based on PHP FPM metrics thresholds. Users can define custom alert policies to trigger notifications via email, Slack, or other channels when specific PHP FPM metrics exceed predefined thresholds, enabling proactive issue resolution and performance optimization.

Is it possible to monitor PHP FPM logs securely with Atatus?

Atatus employs robust security measures to protect PHP FPM log data within its platform, including data encryption in transit and at rest, role-based access controls (RBAC), and compliance with industry security standards such as SOC 2 and GDPR. Additionally, Atatus provides audit logs and monitoring features to track and monitor access to PHP FPM log data, ensuring data integrity and confidentiality.

What happens if my log ingestion rate exceeds the limits of my Atatus subscription?

If you exceed your log ingestion limits, we would contact you to discuss on stopping further processing new log data or upgrade your subscription.

What log storage options does Atatus offer?

You can choose to store logs in Atatus for a limited time (e.g., 7 days) or export them to external storage solutions like Amazon S3 for long-term retention.

Can I customize log retention settings in Atatus?

Yes, Atatus provides users with the flexibility to customize log retention settings. Users can adjust retention periods based on their specific needs, aligning with compliance standards or internal data management policies.

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