Phpinfo

Outputs information about PHP’s configuration

Syntax

phpinfo [-s|--select="..."] [--break] [what]

Purpose

Outputs information about PHP’s configuration as a structured array.

See also

For examples of how to use this command, see Examples below.

Parameters

Arguments

what

Selects a particular config section such as INFO_GENERAL, INFO_CREDITS, INFO_CONFIGURATION, INFO_MODULES, INFO_ENVIRONMENT, INFO_VARIABLES, INFO_LICENSE, or INFO_ALL (the default). .. see: The php manual, http://php.net/manual/en/function.phpinfo.php for more information.

Options

-s, --select="..."

Selects one particular top level section such as General or mysql or hash.

--break

Output the “normal” phpinfo html. May break page’s CSS

Examples

Show all available information:

}phpinfo

Which will produce output similar to:

Array
(
    [General] => Array
        (
            [System] => Windows NT COMPUCOMP 6.0 build 6002 (Windows Vista Ultimate Edition Service Pack 2) i586
            [Build Date] => Mar  9 2011 15:46:03
            [Compiler] => MSVC9 (Visual C++ 2008)
            [Architecture] => x86
            [Server API] => CGI/FastCGI
            [Virtual Directory Support] => disabled
            [Configuration File (php.ini) Path] => C:\Windows
[...]

Show information about SQLite:

}phpinfo -sSQLite

Thus:

Array
(
    [PECL Module version] => 2.0-dev $Id$
    [SQLite Library] => 2.8.17
    [SQLite Encoding] => iso8859
    [sqlite.assoc_case] => Array
        (
            [local] => 0
            [master] => 0
        )

)

Exit Values

If the command fails it will return -1;

Remarks

Tip

try:
:option:`-s`General for