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Trying to move apache to php-fpm but blocked by inheritance

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by kaplanDani, Nov 19, 2016.

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  1. kaplanDani

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    I'm trying to move from php-cgi to php-fpm to get better performance.
    I've installed the neccesary extensions via easyapache, but when I try to change it on the
    Multiphpmanager
    I can't change it because "inheritance"
    How do I bypass this "feature" ?

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    Right now php-fpm requires each account to be explicitly assigned a version of PHP. The simplest way is to select all accounts in the MultiPHP manager, and assign them to the version of PHP you want. Then you can enable php-fpm for your accounts.
     
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