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curl_getinfo — Queries a cURL session for the status information.


mixed curl_getinfo(curld[, info_option]);
int curld: Handle of cURL session to query
info_option (optional): Constant indicating which information to get


A string giving information about the state of the cURL session, or an associative array containing all known information


Queries the cURL session indicated by the curld parameter for information regarding the status of the session. This function is only available if the cURL library version is 7.4.1 or above and the PHP version is 4.0.4 or above.

The following constants are defined for the info_option parameter:


Returns the effective URL as used in the most recent operation.


The HTTP code (if applicable) returned by the remote server for the most recent operation.


The size, in bytes, of the headers returned for the most recent operation.


The size, in bytes, of the body of the resource fetched in the most recent operation.


The elapsed total time (wall clock) for execution of the last curl_exec() call.


The length of time needed for the name lookup of the requested server, in seconds.


The length of time required to connect to the remote server, in seconds.


The length of time between the beginning of the operation's execution and the beginning of the download itself, in seconds.


If the last operation was an upload, this returns the size of the uploaded data, in bytes.


If the last operation was a download, this returns the size of the downloaded data, in bytes.


If the last operation was an upload, this returns the average speed of the transfer, in bytes per second.


If the last operation was a download, this returns the average speed of the transfer, in bytes per second.


Example 191. Get information from a cURL handle

if (!$curld = curl_init("")) {
    echo "Could not initialize cURL session.\n";

/* Indicate that we want the output returned into a variable. */
curl_setopt($curld, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, true);

/* For this example, just discard the output. */

/* Show all information about the tranfer. */
echo "<pre>";
echo "</pre>";

/* Clean up. */

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