PHP Logging sensor

The PHP Logging sensor captures Zend Framework run-time log messages of the following levels: emergency, alert, critical, error, warning, notice, info, and debug. See Zend Framework Logging documentation for more information about the Zend Framework logging system.

Sensor configuration

Perform the following steps to start monitoring Zend Framework logging functions.

  1. Start the AppMon Client.
  2. Open the System Profile Preferences window for your application. Under System Profiles, right-click your application and choose Edit System Profile.
  3. Enable PHP monitoring. To do this, navigate to the General settings for your application, and the select the PHP check box in the Technology section.
  4. Enable monitoring of PHP logging.
    1. Go to the Sensor Placement section for your agent group.
    2. In the Sensor Placement table, find the PHP Logging sensor and select the check box in the Place column to enable it.
  5. Select logging level that you want to monitor.
    1. Go to the Sensor Configuration section for your agent group.
    2. Find the PHP Logging sensor in the list and access the properties screen using the provided Properties link.
    3. Select the logging levels that you want to capture.
  6. Click OK to save the settings.

Properties

 Select the logging levels you want to capture.