Need Help Configuring Nginx to run Wordpress

Rob Schultz lists at
Fri Apr 25 10:00:46 MSD 2008

Rob Schultz wrote:
> mike wrote:
>> In my experience:
>> It ignores the PHP_FCGI_MAX_REQUESTS completely
>> It didn't kill the children properly
>> Running php-fpm is the best, it's "done right"
>> 2nd best - just set the two PHP_FCGI* vars and use "sudo -u $user
>> php-cgi -b $port" - it actually recycles the engines properly. I see
>> absolutely NO need for some extra thing. I set up my php engines in
>> Ubuntu upstart files. You could use init too, if you wanted. To ensure
>> it's running at boot.. or do something else.
>> You'd have to do the same with spawn-fcgi anyway.,
> with spawn-fcgi you need to set a ALLOWED_ENV variable with all the 
> variables you want to pass to php-cgi. I have never had issues with 
> spawn-fcgi. Gentoo comes with a nice init script anyways for it.

Never mind what i just said. ALLOWED_ENV is what is used on Gentoo how 
they do there init scripts. Sorry for wrong information.
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