PHP init script to go with nginx?
mike503 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 14 11:51:03 MSD 2008
yeah or it's usually in $PATH
you can just use "php-fpm start" "php-fpm stop" "php-fpm reload"
"php-fpm restart" etc. it's basically its own rc script type wrapper.
symlinking it into the /etc/rcX.d type dirs would probably work
transparently (although I haven't tested it, I just have it manually
do "php-fpm start" in my /etc/rc.local file)
root at local# file `which php-fpm`
/usr/local/sbin/php-fpm: POSIX shell script text executable
On 6/14/08, Renaud Allard <renaud at llorien.org> wrote:
> Phillip B Oldham wrote:
> > Renaud Allard wrote:
> > > php-fpm is probably the best way to start php as a cgi.
> > > http://php-fpm.anight.org/
> > >
> > Just compiling support now, but the documentation's a little light. Once
> its finished, how would I use it?
> Just like a normal init script:
> /usr/local/sbin/php-fpm start
> So basically, you just need to link it into /etc/init.d if you are using
> linux, then use update-rc.d (for debian based systems) ot chkconfig (for
> redhat based systems) to update the links into the different runlevels.
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