vacancy

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Hello

When php-fpm is active on the server, php-fpm is disabled on that account when we change the username in the accounts.

When php-fpm is active on the server, does php-fpm need to be active again for that account in such a process?
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello,

Modifying an account username via "WHM >> Modify an Account" does not require you to enable PHP-FPM again using "WHM >> MultiPHP Manager". Are you facing an issue with PHP-FPM when changing the account username?

Thank you.
 

vacancy

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Yes.

But what I'm doing is not just changing the username. Php-fpm is disabled for this account when I change both domain and username at the same time. I had to manually enable php-fpm again.
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello,

That's actually the intended behavior at this time. The following note is included in our WHM MultiPHP Manager document:

If you enable FPM on an account's primary domain and then change that domain's name, the system will disable FPM for that new domain. You must re-enable FPM on the new domain if you wish to use FPM for the new domain.
Thank you.