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In Progress [CPANEL-27067] MultiPHP Manager php-fpm alerts

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  1. vacancy

    vacancy Well-Known Member

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    Hello

    I'm using mod_lsapi on servers, and I'm uninstalling php-fpm packets to avoid any problems. But there's a warning on the multiphp manager page that I need to install php-fpm packages on a regular basis. My clients see these warnings and get clients confused.

    It is better not to show these warnings when using mod_lsapi.
     

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    Hi @vacancy

    Can you tell me about your configuration/setup and anything you've removed/added as far as default packages go?
     
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    Although some of my customers are active in mod_lsapi, they see these alerts and activate php-fpm because they think there is an error. When php-fpm is activated, mod_lsapi is disabled, php-fpm is running. I'm removing php-fpm packets because it's hard to keep track of this.

    When mod_lsapi is active, it is better not to have php-fpm alerts.
     
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    cPanelLauren Forums Analyst II Staff Member

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    I agree! Would it be possible to answer the initial question?

    What OS?

    Any customizations?

    Which if any, php-fpm, fcgi, lsapi packages?
     
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    Centos 7.6- Cpanel 78.0.21 version.

    I am uninstalling ea4 php-fpm packages, I am installing ea4 mod_lsapi package. I'm activating all php versions from 5.4 to 7.3. Then I choose lsapi for all versions as handler.
     
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    Hi @vacancy

    That's what I needed. In this instance, we do have some internal items addressing this namely CPANEL-27067 to stop showing warning message for installation of PHP-FPM packages when PHP-FPM is off. These changes are slated for v82 of cPanel though and I will update this thread when they're added to a RELEASE version of cPanel.


    Thanks!
     
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    any update on cPanel v78.0.22?
     
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