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Debug a remote php application (behind firewall) using ssh tunnel for XDEBUG port 9000

Terminal - Debug a remote php application (behind firewall) using ssh tunnel for XDEBUG port 9000
ssh -R 9000:localhost:9000 [email protected]
2011-05-28 09:39:16
User: nadavkav
Functions: ssh
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Debug a remote php application (behind firewall) using ssh tunnel for XDEBUG port 9000

If you need to xdebug a remote php application, which is behind a firewall, and you have an ssh daemon running on that machine. you can redirect port 9000 on that machine over to your local machine from which you run your xdebug client (I am using phpStorm)

So, run this command on your local machine and start your local xdebug client, to start debugging.

more info:

http://code.google.com/p/spectator/wiki/Installing

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In my ~/.ssh/config file, I like to write it this way so I don't have to remember the syntax.

Host phpsite-xdebug

User you

IdentityFile "~/.ssh/you_id_rsa"

HostName remote-php-web-server.com

RemoteForward 9000 127.0.0.1:9000

Comment by lampson 100 weeks and 6 days ago

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