Best way to use PHP with nginx?
Juan Fco. Giordana
juangiordana at gmail.com
Sat Nov 14 15:54:46 MSK 2009
Jérôme Loyet wrote:
> 2009/11/13 John Moore <grails at jmsd.co.uk>:
>> Peter Leonov wrote:
>>> On 13.11.2009, at 16:45, John Moore wrote:
>>>> I have come across a handful of different methods detailed on the
>>>> Internet for getting PHP running with nginx, but haven't come across the
>>>> 'definitive' version. What method do the regular nginx users on here favour?
>>> This thread might be of help:
>>> It's about complicated things (unstable nginx module, process
>>> supervising), so get ready ;)
>> I have an aversion to complicated things :). Actually, I gave the Tomasz
>> Sterna method a go on a new Ubuntu installation and it worked perfectly, and
>> is seemingly rather simpler than the previous method I've tried. I'm just
>> wondering why it's not universally adopted. What is the value of spawn-fcgi,
>> which Igor Sysoev give the thumbs-up to in the thread you mention?
> spawn-fcgi is almost the same thing, it's just a generic launcher for
> fastcgi processes with features like chroot or change owner. At the
> end, there is no spawn-fastcgi process running, as I said it's just a
> So spawn-fcgi and php-fastcgi are "kif kif" ("the same" in french) or
> in a shorter way : "the same shit" (not scalable, no fine management,
> no real chroot, ...)
> php-fpm is interesting but it has patch PHP to work, when a fully PHP
> supported version ? :)
php-fpm actually uses PHP's sources to build its own binary. AFAIK it
doesn't change anything in PHP itself.
You launch the daemon this way:
/usr/local/bin/php-fpm --fpm-config /usr/local/etc/php-fpm/php-fpm.conf
Work is being done to integrate the project on the main PHP tree.
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