Swoole is available as a PECL compatible package
#!/bin/bash pecl install swoole
You can also install swoole extension with PHP PECL configure options, some options require the third party libraries you can find bellow.
#!/bin/bash pecl install --configureoptions 'enable-sockets="no" enable-openssl="yes" enable-http2="yes" enable-mysqlnd="yes" enable-swoole-json="no" enable-swoole-curl="yes"' swoole
#!/bin/bash pecl install -D 'enable-sockets="no" enable-openssl="yes" enable-http2="yes" enable-mysqlnd="yes" enable-swoole-json="no" enable-swoole-curl="yes"' swoole
#!/bin/bash brew install php # if you haven't got PHP installed pecl install swoole
The process of compile and install the swoole extension for PHP:
Download the source packages from Releases or clone from git repo:
git clone https://github.com/swoole/swoole-src.git && \ cd swoole-src && \ git checkout v4.6.x
Compile and install at the source folder:
phpize && \ ./configure && \ make && make install
After installing the swoole extension to the PHP extensions directory, you will need to edit php.ini and add an extension=swoole.so line before you can use the swoole extension.
php -i | grep php.ini # check the php.ini file location sudo echo "extension=swoole.so" >> php.ini # add the extension=swoole.so to the end of php.ini php -m | grep swoole # check if the swoole extension has been enabled
These configurations are used for enabling some features.
Enable the debug logs of swoole. Don't enable this configuration in production environment.
Enable sockets support. It depends on the PHP sockets extension. If this configuration has been enabled, the function swoole_event_add() could add the connection created by the sockets extension to the event loop of swoole. And the function getSocket() depends on this configuration.
Enable openssl support. It depends on the libssl.so library given by operating system.
Set the path of openssl library, for example:
Enable the support of HTTP2. It depends on nghttp2 library.
Enable the support of mysqlnd, for example
Enable Swoole version JSON support.
Enable native curl hook support for coroutines.
You have to include openssl library in your path:
export LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/opt/openssl/lib" export CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/local/opt/openssl/include"
You have to install
libopenssl-dev if enable
You can follow the instruction about how to debug the segment fault errors.
swoole/thirdparty/php/curl/curl_interface.h:8:10: fatal error: curl/curl.h: No such file or directory 8 | #include <curl/curl.h> | ^~~~~~~~~~~~~
You have to install
libcurl-dev if enable
--enable-swoole-curl, for example:
apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev
php --ri swoole