Krzych Jończyk

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Using PHP5.6 and PHP7.1 at the same time on OS X!

I wanted to write a manual about installing PHP5.6 and PHP7.1 at the same time, on OS X, using homebrew instead of using Docker (which I find not the best idea on OS X, but maybe I’m wrong?). But someone did it before me 🙂

If you want to have many PHP versions simultaneously then follow the instructions described by Jani Tarvainen on Symfony Finland blog: https://symfony.fi/page/how-to-run-both-php-5-6-and-php-7-x-with-homebrew-on-os-x-with-php-fpm and enjoy native, fast and simple way to work on crappy old projects in PHP5.x and new, shiny ones in 7.1 😛
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Keep your logs short with logrotate

tl;dr

If you are developing some application that writes a lot of logs use logrotate to keep them short and don’t allow them to reach gigabytes.


I’m developing in Symfony framework on daily basis. And on the development environment, it creates lots of logs. Every request is logged, every command is logged, every event subscriber is logged. And if you’re using some older version deprecations are also logged. On my computer, every refresh in browser creates over 1 MB of logs! My friend gets almost 10 MB…
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