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New Relic collects analytics about application and client-side performance.
You can configure New Relic for the PHP buildpack in one of two ways:
- With a license key
- With a Cloud Foundry service
With a License Key
Use this method if you already have a New Relic account,
In a web browser. navigate to the New Relic website to find your license key.
Set the value of the environment variable
NEWRELIC_LICENSEto your New Relic license key, either through the manifest.yml file or by running the
For more information, see https://github.com/cloudfoundry/php-buildpack#supported-software
With a Cloud Foundry Service
To configure New Relic for the PHP buildpack with a Cloud Foundry service, bind a New Relic service to the app. The buildpack automatically detects and configures New Relic.
VCAP_SERVICES environment variable must contain a service named
newrelic service must contain a key named
credentials, and the
credentials key must contain named
NOTE: You cannot configure New Relic for the PHP buildpack with user-provided services.