This module collects phpdaemon workers statistics via http.

Requirements: * phpdaemon with enabled http server. * statistics should be reported in json format.

It produces the following charts:

  1. Workers in workers * alive * shutdown

  2. Alive Workers State in workers * idle * busy * reloading

  3. Idle Workers State in workers * preinit * init * initialized

  4. Uptime in seconds * time


Here is an example for 2 instances:

  - name: local
    url :

  - name: remote
    url :

For all available options please see module configuration file.

Without configuration, module attempts to connect to

phpdaemon configuration

Instruction from @METAJIJI

For enable phpd statistics on http, you must enable the http server and write an application.

Application is important, because standalone application ServerStatus.php provide statistics in html format and unusable for netdata.


path /opt/phpdaemon/conf/AppResolver.php;
Pool:HTTPServer {
    listen '';
    port 8509;



class MyAppResolver extends \PHPDaemon\Core\AppResolver {
    public function getRequestRoute($req, $upstream) {
        if (preg_match('~^/(ServerStatus|FullStatus)/~', $req->attrs->server['DOCUMENT_URI'], $m)) {
            return $m[1];

return new MyAppResolver;


namespace PHPDaemon\Applications;

class FullStatus extends \PHPDaemon\Core\AppInstance {
    public function beginRequest($req, $upstream) {
        return new FullStatusRequest($this, $upstream, $req);


namespace PHPDaemon\Applications;

use PHPDaemon\Core\Daemon;
use PHPDaemon\HTTPRequest\Generic;

class FullStatusRequest extends Generic {
    public function run() {
        $stime = microtime(true);
        $this->header('Content-Type: application/javascript; charset=utf-8');

        $stat = Daemon::getStateOfWorkers();
        $stat['uptime'] = time() - Daemon::$startTime;
        echo json_encode($stat);