I’m running PHP-FPM and Nginx, occasionally, for whatever reason, I have to reboot the server. Once the server is running again, the nginx service automatically starts, however, PHP-FPM does not. This can be seen when I run the command
sudo /etc/init.d/php-fpm restart immediately after a reboot and get the result:
$ sudo /etc/init.d/php-fpm restart Stopping php-fpm: [FAILED] Starting php-fpm: [ OK ]
Is this expected behaviour? What is the best way to make PHP-FPM automatically start? Is there a config option anywhere, or do I have to add the command to one of the Linux startup scripts?
So set it up to start at boot:
chkconfig php-fpm on
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