I’m referring to this wonderful post on rtcamp: https://rtcamp.com/tutorials/php/fpm-status-page/
I can get the status page fine and have no configuration problems in particular. However in my php application everything is routed through an index.php front controller which ultimately doesn’t help me identify which request is actually being processed by fpm right now:
pid: 26014 state: Idle start time: 05/May/2015:08:50:52 -0400 start since: 16495 requests: 39 request duration: 585187 request method: GET request URI: /index.php content length: 0 user: - script: /home/myaccount/mysite.com/index.php last request cpu: 90.57 last request memory: 24641536
All php requests are rewritten to index.php and the request uri therefore shows always /index.php
e.g. the uri /mycontroller/myaction/myparams is rewritten to /index.php/mycontroller/myaction/myparams
Question is - is there any way at all to get php-fpm to report the full request uri rather than just index.php?