Get PHP exception & crash reports in real-time.
Track & debug PHP bugs in record time.

Real-time error reporting

PHP errors are tracked by Rollbar instantly as they occur. Get notified of errors and how to fix them throughout the software development process.

Similar errors are automatically grouped using Rollbar's fingerprinting technology to reduce noise, and all errors include detailed data to help you assess impact and assign priority.

Error details & metadata

Rollbar automatically collects all the data you need to replicate and debug an error, presented in ways optimized for debugging speed.

Get stack traces, request parameters, local variables, affected users and IP addresses, browsers and OSes, deployed code versions, and more.

Local variables & arguments

Local variables and arguments can help you debug problems faster by showing you the state of the application when the error was created.

You can view their values directly from the stack trace, and know exactly how to reproduce an error locally because you can see what triggered it.

Works with your stack

Rollbar supports all popular languages and frameworks:

Fits into your workflow

Integrations with tools you're already using.

Rollbar allows us to go from alerting to impact analysis and resolution in a matter of minutes. Without it, we would be flying blind.

Arnaud FerreriLead Engineer

Quick setup with our lightweight & open source SDK

Rollbar-PHP detects errors and exceptions in your application and reports them to Rollbar for alerts, reporting, and analysis.

Supported PHP versions: 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7, 7.1, 7.2 and HHVM (currently tested on 3.6.6).

For PHP 5.3, make sure you install packfire/php5.3-compat as outlined in the suggested dependencies in composer.json

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Rollbar.js provides a configuration option captureUncaught which allows you to control if uncaught exceptions should automatically reported to Rollbar.

Rollbar PHP SDK allows you the same, but in a slightly different way. Rollbar::init takes the 2nd, 3rd and 4th argument which control if exceptions, errors and fatal errors are going to be reported to Rollbar. The default behavior is to report everything to Rollbar automatically...