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SOLVED PHP-FPM error_log location

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by justinC, Mar 8, 2018.

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  1. justinC

    justinC Registered

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    Sorry, I'm a noob. I would like the reverse setup of what the OP describes in this post: Changing PHP-FPM error_log location

    Right now my php error_logs are getting generated in the same directory as the PHP file that generated the error, but I would prefer having them in the following path for all domains (VirtualHosts?) hosted on the server:

    /home/username/logs/domain_tld.php.error.log

    The OP in the post I linked to stated that this is the default error_log location for PHP_FPM. As far as I can tell, I have php-fpm enabled (well, at least PHP-FPM service for Apache is checked of as enabled in the Service Manager in WHM, not sure if that is enough? phpinfo() shows CGI/FastCGI as the Server API).

    For what it's worth, I do not have any .yaml files in /var/cpanel/userdata/user/
     
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    cPanelMichael Technical Support Community Manager
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    Hello,

    You need to enable PHP-FPM for each domain name via "WHM >> MultiPHP Manager" or use the "System PHP-FPM Status" option in MultiPHP Manager to turn it on for all accounts.

    Thank you.
     
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    Thanks so much! That is exactly what I needed to do.
     
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