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Apache2, PHP file always running and accessible from any request

user46999 Published in September 19, 2018, 11:01 am

Is there any way to make a php file always running and accessible from others php files/requests?

I want to make a functions, objects, variables or some others things always running on the server.



$conn = fsockopen($serverip, $serverport, $errno, $errstr, $ex);


fwrite($conn, $command."\n");

Sorry my english and thank you!

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  • Include your functions in a file (somefunctions.php). Then in your index.php file, include them: require_once('...PATH.../somefunctions.php'); Then call the functions required to initiate connections and others. Look at this: stackoverflow.com/questions/4458837/… – Nic3500 Apr 16 at 14:47
  • @Nic3500 i don't want include, i want that variable never die, always running, like in other thread. – xXNurioXx Apr 16 at 14:48
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    What problem are you actually trying to solve? There's no technical reason this can't be done, but it's definitely not a common pattern. – iainn Apr 16 at 14:53
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    PHP is inherently stateless, the request starts, the caller receives a response and that's that. If you want to maintain state PHP is not the answer. If you want to have access to it in the current request(something like a global state), that's a different matter. – Andrew Apr 16 at 14:53
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    Well in that case a different language is not the answer. Even if you kept a persistent connection it's still a connection. And PHP does offer that too pecl_http. If you want to have access to the information in the file on a regular basis nginx is really good at serving static content or just use a CDN and solve the connection to your system all together. – Andrew Apr 16 at 15:15

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