ServerManagerClass: EasySwoole\EasySwoole\ServerManager

ServerManager It is a singleton class (use EasySwoole\Component\Singleton)

Create main service

In the mainServerCreate event of EasySwooleEvent the subservice can be listened on by createSwooleServer. This method is automatically invoked at the bottom of the framework, which will create a swoole main service (not opened), which can be obtained through the getSwooleServer method, and set event callback, calling the original swoole service method to create sub-services, and so on

Create subservices

In the mainServerCreate event of EasySwooleEvent, a subservice can be listened on through addServer.

public static function mainServerCreate(EventRegister $register)
    ################# tcp Server 1 did not handle sticky packets #####################
    $tcp1ventRegister = $subPort1 = ServerManager::getInstance()->addServer('tcp1', 9502, SWOOLE_TCP, '', [
        'open_length_check' => false,//Unauthenticated packet
    $tcp1ventRegister->set(EventRegister::onConnect,function (\swoole_server $server, int $fd, int $reactor_id) {
        echo "tcpServer 1  fd:{$fd} The connected\n";
        $str = 'Congratulations on connecting to server 1';
        $server->send($fd, $str);
    $tcp1ventRegister->set(EventRegister::onClose,function (\swoole_server $server, int $fd, int $reactor_id) {
        echo "tcpServer 1  fd:{$fd} closed\n";
    $tcp1ventRegister->set(EventRegister::onReceive,function (\swoole_server $server, int $fd, int $reactor_id, string $data) {
        echo "tcpServer 1  fd:{$fd} Send a message:{$data}\n";

The addServer method returns the EventRegister method registration class, which is used to register/set up event callbacks for the service.


The swoole service you are currently creating and the child service you are listening to can be retrieved through getSwooleServer.

 * Created by PhpStorm.
 * User: Apple
 * Date: 2018/11/1 0001
 * Time: 11:10

namespace App\HttpController;

use EasySwoole\EasySwoole\ServerManager;
use EasySwoole\Http\AbstractInterface\Controller;

class Index extends Controller
    function index()
        // TODO: Implement index() method.

    function push(){
        $fd = intval($this->request()->getRequestParam('fd'));
        $info = ServerManager::getInstance()->getSwooleServer()->connection_info($fd);
            ServerManager::getInstance()->getSwooleServer()->send($fd,'push in http at '.time());
            $this->response()->write("fd {$fd} not exist");

Similarly, it is possible to add a custom process after the mainServerCreate event of EasySwooleEvent is fetched through this to the primary service.

ServerManager::getInstance()->getSwooleServer()->addProcess((new Test('test_process'))->getProcess());

You get Swoole services,All methods of the Swoole service are available.


getMainEventRegisterMethod gets the event registration class for the master service, which registers event callbacks for the master service The method framework is automatically invoked at the bottom,In the mainServerCreate event, themainServerCreate method passed in to EasySwooleEvent is used as an argument, such as registering the onWorkerStart event for the primary service.

public static function mainServerCreate(EventRegister $register)
    $register->add($register::onWorkerStart,function (\swoole_server $server,int $workerId){

start And isStart

The start method will handle the configured swoole main service, sub-service, and callback events, and will open the service. The method is called from within the framework, and the successful invocation indicates that the service has been started successfully.. The 'isStart' method returns a bool variable that indicates whether the service started successfully.


'getSubServerRegister' gets all the event callbacks created by the subservice.