mgrant at grant.org
Wed Apr 22 19:31:17 EDT 2009
On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 12:25 PM, Olivier Le Cam
<Olivier.LeCam at crdp.ac-versailles.fr> wrote:
> Michael Grant wrote:
>> PHP_FCGI_CHILDREN certainly needs to be greater than 0, but is there
>> some way I can keep it from multiplying like this?
> See this great collection of informations:
> Pay particular attention to this section: "A : The PHP Wrapper and What it
Yes, I've seen this excellent page. I have followed it pretty closely
with only a few exceptions. For instance, I am using security2_module
to do the chroot, not chrootssh and I'm using suexec to change users,
hence I have this:
I do not see the same behavior reported on this web page. For example
under "E : Troubleshooting the PHP Wrapper", I do not see an fcgi-pm
process, I only see my wrapper php.fcgi process. I don't even have
fcgi-pm on my system. Their processes seem normal and reasonable, I
don't see that on my box.
As soon as I set PHP_FCGI_CHILDREN>0, the number of processes I get seems to be
MaxSpareServers x PHP_FCGI_CHILDREN+1. This seems wrong.
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