CloudLinux has released a new tool by the name of PHP X-RAY in their updates-testing repository.
What is PHP X-Ray
The newest OS from the team CL is CloudLinux OS+ now includes a new performance tracing tool called PHP X-Ray. This tool is exclusively for PHP-based content management systems. Content management systems such as WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal will now show detailed information with respect to different bottlenecks they are facing.
The PHP X-Ray tool will simply help you to locate If a site has any slow WordPress plugins, slow queries, or database bottlenecks.
Tracing Performance With PHP X-Ray
This tool has been developed to directly address the concerns of webmasters with regard to slow websites. These issues are difficult to trace and often led their users to move to other hosting providers. With this tool the server administrators can resolve these issue thus increasing the customer retention. Currently there is no other tool like this in the market like. It will surely give CL+ another weapon in their existing arsenal.
In summary this tool will help troubleshoot performance issues on PHP-based web sites like:
- Slow plugins
- Slow database queries
- Slow functions
- Slow external calls
For more information on PHP X-Ray go to here
1. Make sure you have installed LVE Manager version 6.2 or later. You can install it with the following command:
# yum install lvemanager --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing
2. Run the following command:
If the rhn_check command is not found, run the following command:
# yum install rhn-check rhn-setup --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing
3. To install PHP X-Ray, run the following command:
# yum install lvemanager alt-php-xray --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing