Have you ever profiled how long it takes for your PHP or PHP-FPM docker image to build? Probably, you have noticed that the composer install step accounts for the bulk of the image build time.

In this post, I will reveal one of the effective ways that helped us reduce the docker build time by a factor of 5. We decreased it from 5 minutes to 1.

The changes are done in the base image so that this plugin’s goodness will be propagated to all projects using that base image.

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Adding hirak/prestissimo to our base PHP-FPM image

288s -> 26s

In my case the composer update used to take around 10 minutes to finish, now after utilising this package, it turned into 1 min and less, which is blazingly faster for me.

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Before the plugin, it took 5 mins for the PHP Docker image to build

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After the plugin was added it took 1 minute for the same PHP Docker image to build


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