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Subject [Httpd Wiki] Update of "PHP-FPM" by thumbs
Date Tue, 14 Jun 2016 23:28:52 GMT
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https://wiki.apache.org/httpd/PHP-FPM?action=diff&rev1=7&rev2=8

Comment:
Added table of contents and recipe for the handler approach to check for the existence of
files first

+ <<TableOfContents()>>
+ 
  = High-performance PHP on apache httpd 2.4.x using mod_proxy_fcgi and php-fpm. =
  
  With the release of apache httpd 2.4 upon an unsuspecting populace, we have gained some
very neat functionality regarding apache and php: the ability to run PHP as a fastCGI process
server, and address that fastCGI server ''directly from within apache'', via a dedicated proxy
module (mod_proxy_fcgi.)
@@ -111, +113 @@

  
  ''Note that with this approach, the captured request URI ($1) is not passed after the path''
  
+ === Proxy via handler ===
+ 
+ With this approach, you can check for the existence of the resource prior to proxying to
the php-fpm backend.
+ 
+  `# Defining a worker will improve performance`
+ 
+  `# And in this case, re-use the worker (dependent on support from the fcgi application)`
+ 
+  `# If you have enough idle workers, this would only improve the performance marginally`
+ 
+  `<Proxy "fcgi://localhost:9000/" enablereuse=on max=10>`
+ 
+  `</Proxy>`
+ 
+ 
+  `<FilesMatch "\.php$">`
+ 
+  `    # Pick one of the following approaches`
+ 
+  `    # Use the standard TCP socket`
+ 
+  `    #SetHandler "proxy:fcgi://localhost/:9000"`
+ 
+  `    # If your version of httpd is 2.4.9 or newer (or has the back-ported feature), you
can use the unix domain socket`
+ 
+  `    #SetHandler "proxy:unix:/path/to/app.sock|fcgi://localhost/:9000"`
+ 
+  `</FilesMatch>`
+ 
+ 
  === Example ===
  
  Say you want to be able to conjure up the standard php info page listing all compiled-in
and loaded extensions, and all runtime configuration options and script info.
@@ -139, +171 @@

  
  === Performance and Pitfalls ===
  
- mod_proxy_fcgi now supports network sockets since 2.4.9 ( [[https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=54101|Unix
socket support for mod_proxy_fcgi]] )
+ mod_proxy_fcgi now supports unix domain sockets since 2.4.9 ( [[https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=54101|Unix
domain socket support for mod_proxy_fcgi]] )
  
  It is easy to overwhelm your system's available sockets, pass over ulimits, etc.  Some tips
to avoid this:
  

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