(PHP 4, PHP 5, PHP 7)

get_current_userObtiene el nombre del propietario del script PHP actual


get_current_user ( void ) : string

Devuelve el nombre del propietario del script PHP actual.

Valores devueltos

Devuelve el nombre de usuario como un string.


Ejemplo #1 get_current_user() ejemplo

echo 'Propietario script actual: ' get_current_user();

El resultado del ejemplo sería algo similar a:

Propietario script actual: SYSTEM

Ver también

  • getmyuid() - Obtiene el UID del dueño del script PHP
  • getmygid() - Obtener el GID del dueño del script PHP
  • getmypid() - Obtiene el ID del proceso PHP
  • getmyinode() - Obtiene el inode del script actual
  • getlastmod() - Obtiene la hora de la última modificación de la página

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User Contributed Notes 6 notes

justin samuel
15 years ago
to get the username of the process owner (rather than the file owner), you can use:

= posix_getpwuid(posix_geteuid());
south dot bucks at gmail dot com
8 years ago
On Centos, the Red Hat linux clone, this instruction gives the file's OWNER (the first parameter in instruction 'chown').  It does not reveal the file's GROUP.

get_current_user()  does NOT reveal the current process' user's identity.

See:  posix_getuid() - Return the real user ID of the current process
s dot bond1 at lse dot ac dot uk
13 years ago
The information returned by get_current_user() seems to depend on the platform.

Using PHP 5.1.1 running as CGI with IIS 5.0 on Windows NT, get_current_user() returns the owner of the process running the script, *not* the owner of the script itself.

It's easy to test - create a file containing:

echo get_current_user();

Then access it through the browser. I get: IUSR_MACHINE, the Internet Guest Account on Windows, which is certainly not the owner of the script.
4 years ago
If you have userdir enabled, get_current_user() returns the username of the user hosting the public_html. For example, will return bobevans when calling get_current_user().
nick at little-apps dot org
7 years ago
Since this only returns the file owner and not the actual user running the script, an alternative in Linux is:

= trim(shell_exec('whoami'));
login dot naitsirch at arcor dot de
5 years ago
If you want to get the name of the user who executes the current PHP script, you can use

= getenv('USERNAME') ?: getenv('USER');
$username; // e.g. root or www-data
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