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The Gearman PHP Extension provides a wrapper to libgearman. This gives the user the ability to write fully featured Gearman clients and workers in PHP, allowing them to quickly develop distributed applications. For more information about Gearman, see: http://www.gearman.org/ Requirements * For the 0.8.* versions, libgearman v0.14 or greater * For the 1.0.* versions, libgearman v0.21 or greater * For the 1.1.* versions, libgearman v1.1.0 or greater * For the 2.0.* versions, testing is done against libgearman v1.1.8 The Gearman PHP Extension requires the Gearman C server and library package to be installed. You can download the latest from: https://launchpad.net/gearmand/+download See the README file in that package for installation instructions. Once it is installed you can compile the Gearman PHP Extension. You'll need to make sure you have the PHP development packages installed first (if you have 'phpize' command you’re all set). You'll also probably want the PHP command line interface installed as well (usually named php-cli). After extracting the Gearman PHP tarball, just run: phpize ./configure make make install You then need to make PHP aware of the new extension by adding the following line to your php.ini: extension="gearman.so" You can then test if the module is configured correctly with the PHP cli: php --info | grep gearman To run a simple example cd examples 1. Start the gearmand server in a seperate terminal gearmand 2. In another terminal, change to this source directory and run: php examples/reverse_worker.php 3. In another terminal, change to this source directory and run: php examples/reverse_client.php You should see some output from both the reverse client and worker scripts about the status and then a final result. Have fun! http://pecl.php.net/package/gearman