How can I install the PHP agent on AWS elastic Beanstalk?
I would like to understand the requirement better. Are you trying to instrument PHP application deployed on AWS beanstalk?
If that is the case, you may refer the following for the steps
Let me know whether we are on the same page here.
Thanks for prompt answer.
Actually, In order to Install the app dynamics PHP application agent on AWS beanstalk, I guess I should add appropriate commands on a config file inside my projects .ebextensions folder.
I would appretiate if you could provide the list of commands which I need to put there.
Hi Gamer - The easiest way to get the agent up-and-running is to use .ebextensions to configure your environment to install the agent for you on startup. I've attached a sample appdynamics.config for you below to look at. It will probably work for you as is, but you will need to update line 24 (
06install), replacing the following elements with the details for your controller/app and save:
files: "/tmp/appdynamics-php-agent-linux_x64-phpagent-220.127.116.113.tar.bz2": mode: "000444" owner: ec2-user group: ec2-user source: https://packages.appdynamics.com/php/phpagent-18.104.22.1683/appdynamics-php-agent-linux_x64-phpagent-22.214.171.1243.tar.bz2 # commands are executed in alphabetical order commands: 01reset: command: "rm -rf /opt/AppDynamics/phpagent" ignoreErrors: true 02makedir: command: "mkdir -p /opt/AppDynamics/phpagent" 03unzip: command: "tar -xvjf /tmp/appdynamics-php-agent-linux_x64-phpagent-126.96.36.1993.tar.bz2" cwd: /opt/AppDynamics/phpagent 04owner: command: "chown -R webapp:webapp phpagent" cwd: /opt/AppDynamics 05logperms: command: "chmod 777 /opt/AppDynamics/phpagent/appdynamics-php-agent-linux_x64/logs" 06install: command: "./install.sh -s -a=<ACCOUNT_NAME>@<ACCESS_KEY> <CONTROLLER_URL> <CONTROLLER_PORT> <APPLICATION_NAME> <APPLICATION_TIER> $HOSTNAME" cwd: /opt/AppDynamics/phpagent/appdynamics-php-agent-linux_x64 07cleanup: command: "rm /tmp/appdynamics-php-agent-linux_x64-phpagent-188.8.131.523.tar.bz2" 08restart: command: "service httpd restart"