Create a phpinfo page

Applies to :

  • All Plesk Linux server
  • All Plesk Windows server

Requirements

To perform this task, you need to have :

  • Knowledge in accessing the server via SSH, Remote Desktop or FTP
  • IP address or server hostname
  • Your server SSH/Remote desktop/FTP username and password

Instructions

To show the current PHP information under the server, you can use phpinfo() page. The phpinfo() syntax can show up a full information of the PHP you are currently running, and display it in categorized tables for you to view.

Here are the steps to create a phpinfo file :

  1. Open an application that has ability to modify a text file i.e. Notepad or Wordpad on Windows. Add below line to the file and save it.

  2. Upload the file that you have created to the server. You should upload your file to the directory that you want to test it It should be inside /httpdocs.

  3. Visit the page in your browser. If you uploaded it to your httpdocs directory, please visit http://www.example.com/phpinfo.php, please replace the example.com with your own domain name.
    The result for phpinfo should be like this :


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