phpSysInfo is a customizable PHP Script that parses /proc, and formats information nicely. It will display information about system facts like Uptime, CPU, Memory, PCI devices, SCSI devices, IDE devices, Network adapters, Disk usage, and more.
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- Linux 2.6.x
- FreeBSD 7.x
- OpenBSD 2.8+
- Windows 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / 2008 / 7 / 2011 / 2012 / 8 / 8.1 / 10
- > PHP 5.2 or later (partial PHP 5.1.3 compatibility)
- With PCRE, XML, XSL, MBString and SimpleXML extension.
- IBM AIX
If your platform is not here try checking out the mailing list archives or the message boards on SourceForge.
Just decompress and untar the source (which you should have done by now, if you're reading this...), into your webserver's document root.
There is a configuration file called phpsysinfo.ini.new. If this a brand new installation, you should copy this file to phpsysinfo.ini and edit it.
- make sure your
include_pathentry contains "."
- make sure your
safe_modeset to 'off'.
phpSysInfo require php-xml extension.
Please keep in the mind that because phpSysInfo requires access to many
/proc and other system binary you MUST DISABLE
Please see the PHP documentation for information on how you
can do this.
That's it. Restart your webserver (if you changed php.ini), and voila.
- sudo docker build -t phpsysinfo github.com/phpsysinfo/phpsysinfo
- sudo docker run -i -p 8080:80 -t phpsysinfo
- go to http://localhost:8080/phpsysinfo/
- phpSysInfo is not compatible with SELinux Systems
- small bug under FreeBSD with memory reporting
On Windows systems we get our informations through the WMI interface. If you run phpSysInfo on the IIS webserver, phpSysInfo will not connect to the WMI interface for security reasons. At this point you MUST set an authentication mechanism for the directory in the IIS admin interface for the directory where phpSysInfo is installed. Then you will be asked for an user and a password when opening the page. At this point it is necessary to log in with an user that will be able to connect to the WMI interface. If you use the wrong user and/or password you might get an "ACCESS DENIED ERROR".
Make sure you set MBM5 Interval Logging to csv and to the data directory of phpSysInfo. The file must be called MBM5. Also make sure MBM5 doesn't add symbols to the values. This is a Quick MBM5 log parser, need more csv logs to make it better.
First make sure you've read this file completely, especially the "INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION" section. If it still doesn't work then you can:
Submit a bug on SourceForge (preferred) (http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpsysinfo/)
Ask for help in the forum (http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpsysinfo/)
!! If you have any problems, please set
DEBUG to true in
and include any error messages in your bug report / help request !!
If you have a great idea or want to help out, just drop by the project page at SourceForge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpsysinfo/).
This program and all associated files are released under the GNU Public License, see COPYING for details.