phpinfo from the command line

echo "<?php phpinfo(); ?>" | php > phpinfo.txt
show phpinfo(); from the command line
Sample Output
no output

2009-02-16 19:02:01

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What Others Think

Alternatively: php -i > phpinfo.txt
piXelz · 720 weeks ago
no output from variants 1/1b.. echo "" | php > phpinfo.txt -or- php -i > phpinfo.txt but alternatives are helpful.. thanks!
mazal · 498 weeks and 1 day ago
err.. echo "" | php > phpinfo.txt (chunk between quotes got yanked? --sorry for re-post experiment.. not enabled to edit.)
mazal · 498 weeks and 1 day ago
redux (read the blog manual).. echo "<?php phpinfo(); ?>" | php > phpinfo.txt -or- php -i > phpinfo.txt
mazal · 498 weeks and 1 day ago
Phpinfo is a command line tool used to display information on your PHP installation. This is a guide to using phpinfo() from the command line. I'm about to show you how to use this PHP function from your terminal or shell, this is a simple and useful way of getting information about your web server!
Eerdson · 2 weeks ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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