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php-fpm not installed issue

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by deddy, Oct 10, 2018 at 7:59 AM.

  1. deddy

    deddy Well-Known Member

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    On all v74.0.9 Server:
    WHM --> MultiPHP Manager

    TypeError: The object does not support the "startsWith" property or method
    To use PHP-FPM on accounts using PHP [], you must install PHP-FPM for those PHP versions. To do so, perform the following steps below:
    1. Click Install to open EasyApache 4 in a new window.
    2. Install the following packages:
    3. After you install the desired packages, return to the previous window and click Refresh. The system will display your updated PHP-FPM packages.
    Install: result about:blank
    Refresh: result unchanged

    PHP-FPM: ON OFF Apply
    Apply not working
     
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    cPanelLauren Forums Analyst II
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    Hello @deddy

    Can you clarify what you're doing exactly? I tested installing php-fpm to see if MultiPHP would recognize it or not - here's what I did:

    1. I went to WHM>>Software>>MultiPHP Manager on a CloudLinux 7.5 server without PHP-FPM packages installed:

    php_fpm1.png

    2. I then clicked "Install" and installed php-fpm for all 3 versions of PHP selected through EasyApache4

    3. Went back to WHM>>Software>>MultiPHP Manager and checked to see if they now were referenced as being installed:

    phpfpm2.png

    You may need to log out and log back in but if the packages are there your screen should appear as this. You can double check they were actually installed by checking the yum logs or running something like:

    Code:
    rpm -qa |grep php-fpm

    Thanks!
     
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