The Tideways commandline interface simplifies tracing PHP console scripts and HTTP API requests for you. You can prefix any
http (httpie) or
wget command you want to trace with
tideways run <app> and it will set local environment variables for a PHP script or arguments to send HTTP headers with curl/wget.
Installation of the Tideways CLI is simple. The tool is supported on any Linux and Mac system at the moment.
See the Downloads page for more information on how to install the CLI.
The first step to use the CLI is importting the settings for your account. Go visit the Download dialog and follow the instructions to call
Note, if you want generate the settings file for CLI in other directory as
$HOME/.tideways then set the environment variable
export TIDEWAYS_SETTINGS_DIR='my directory' before
$ tideways import <copy your generated token here> [OK] Imported Settings for Tideways CLI. You can now start profliing with 'tideways run <args>'
Following command give you a short overview about tideways-commands, for more details about singles command see related articles.
$ tideways --help Tideways command-line utilities Usage: tideways [command] Available Commands: benchmark Run a benchmark against a list of URLs event Manage events of an application help Help about any command import Import your profiling settings list Print a list of all available applications run Trigger profiling for a given command trace Manage trace triggering rules of an application version Print the version of Tideways CLI