Xhprof can be used to profile your PHP Application.
XHProf integration is disabled by default as it causes a performance hit. To enable it:
fin config set --env=local XHPROF_ENABLED=1 fin project start
To verify that Xhprof was enabled:
$ fin exec php -i | grep -i xhprof /usr/local/etc/php/conf.d/docker-php-ext-xhprof.ini, extension 'xhprof' detected xhprof xhprof support => enabled xhprof.collect_additional_info => 0 => 0 xhprof.output_dir => /tmp/xhprof => /tmp/xhprof xhprof.sampling_depth => 0x7fffffff => 0x7fffffff xhprof.sampling_interval => 100000 => 100000
To profile a Drupal application the Xhprof module can be downloaded
and enabled. Once enabled and
Enable profiling of page views. has been checked. This should start recording
application calls and performance monitioring.
For examples on how to use this with other PHP applications reference the php.net Examples.
http://xhprof.<VIRTUAL_HOST> to access the Xhprof web UI.
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