I have an issue similar to this but I couldn't reply to that old topic anymore.
CSF/LFD reports something like this:
lfd on xxx: Excessive resource usage: xxx
Time: Sat Jul 6 16:02:00 2019
Resource: Process Time
Exceeded: 84921 > 1800 (seconds)
I've setup a new server recently and moved a fairly busy forum to it (4.5 million posts, typically 500-1000 users online in any 30 minute period). I'm running Invision 4.4.4, which is reasonably resource intensive. Database (MySQL 5.7) running on one dedicated server, Apache...
I've seen other threads mention this notice and how to disable it. My question is, how do I know this is something I can disregard and that it isn't a security problem? We weren't getting this error until last night and now we're getting it almost every minute.
Time: Mon Jul 1 10:19:16 2019...
I need to upload a backup file through a WordPress plugin which requires 500 MB upload limits or max_post_size. I tried everything from my knowledge but nothing changed!
My cPanel file upload limit is set to 1.5G but the WordPress shows 128M.
1. I tried max_post_size from cPanel >...
How can I set different PHP FPM version in directory for .php files?
It works for .html files if I add to .htaccess:
AddType application/x-httpd-ea-php56 .php .html
But .php files are still served as php 7, that is domain wide setting.
The directory isn't separate subdomain on its own.
I had to create this thread since the forum didnt let me post in a one year old thread which deals with the exact same issue. So, here goes:
I want to change the pm setting and set it to static. However i am not able to determine the proper way to do it.
Above post refers to the below page...
I would like to change some php-fpm master process config
cpanel version: v78.0.23
I created new file system.yaml in /var/cpanel/ApachePHPFPM and placed following entries
pm_start_servers = 4
pm_min_spare_servers = 4
pm_max_spare_servers = 8
and recompiled using...
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I am having an issue with my solution to #1. It seemed to work, but then I noticed I got a formatting error:
php-fpm.yaml” file and did not apply any custom values.For more information about the correct...
I have 2 main issues that seem to be dogging me with regard to the site speed on a large php forum.
1) I've done everything I can think of to speed the site up, however, there is still an issue where I need to restart PHP-FPM for it to load quickly. I've tried multiple settings for this...
I had a video cms script on a website that uses ffmpeg and some other binaries to encode video into a web friendly format. It stopped working so I went to look at the web backend and it give me a warning that it cannot locate the ffmpeg binary even the path /usr/bin/ffmpeg is correct.
Hi, i've posted that thread to litespeed forums, but believe that cpanel forum may be better to post, as adviced from a reply to my thread.
The following would apply not only to litespeed, but if i wanted for example to revert from php-fpm to suphp too.
i've used a test licence for litespeed...
I currently have a Centos 7 VPS running Cpanel 78 and I'm interested to know if there is any way to make PHP-FPM to run as a different user to the account holder.
account username: bob
phpfpm username: bob-php
I ask as it would be useful to restrict php's write access to the files...
I'm going crazy over tailwatchd. It thinks that PHP-FPM is not running, but it is, and it keeps sending notifications constantly.
I do have a small modification but I don't believe this should interfere with how the tailwatchd check the services. I'm using a custom compiled "php-fpm"...
When I enable FPM for an account, that accounts PHP can no longer connect to mysql using localhost. PDO reports this error:
SQLSTATE[HY000]  No such file or directory
When I disable FPM, it is able to connect with no changes.
We have MariaDB 10.2. Everything is compiled through...
My idea is to monitor php-fpm processes with a little plugin.
basically i can get php status using php-fpm status page :
process manager: ondemand
start time: 14/Feb/2019:08:59:13 +0100
start since: 37874
Hi, over the last couple of years there have been a few posts about this and I thought it had been solved in a case but I'm not sure.
If a site is set to use PHP FPM, it ignores the custom php.ini file (set either via ftp or the new cpanel php.ini editor)
So if we disable ini_set for example...
I’ve read what I could find , but nothing seems to really explains what options actually exist for PHP-FPM, nor what the listed options actually do.
For the basics, the GUI calls them ‘Pool Options’:
Process Idle Timeout
So . . .
What do they do?
How are they...
Really hoping for some less cryptic insight here than I'm finding on my own. After many years of running with suPHP handler, I recently bit the bullet and decided to switch to PHP-FPM and I'm having trouble identifying the specifics of user account processes in reports like "top" and "lfd"...