* The cover image is originally by pixel2013 and edited with great appreciation.
In OpenBSD, installing PHP by
ports) is followed by installing php-fpm automatically. (It's nice 😃)
However, it doesn't work as daemon out of the box now in case of PHP 7.2 (and 7.1).
The problem can be fixed by adding its pool definition manually.
This post will show how to do it.
Besides, it is fixed in the
* Note: The above links are to Github commits, but The version control system OpenBSD actually uses is CVS.
- OS: OpenBSD 6.4 amd64
- PHP version: 7.2
OpenBSD 6.4 has 4 versions of PHP:
# pkg_add php quirks-3.16 signed on 2018-10-12T15:26:25Z Ambiguous: choose package for php a 0: <None> 1: php-5.6.38p0 2: php-7.0.32p1 3: php-7.1.22 4: php-7.2.10 Your choice:
According to their support terms, PHP 5.6 is almost no longer safe.
So I choose PHP 7.*, especially 7.2:
Your choice: 4 php-7.2.10: ok
As a result, these files are created in
$ ls /etc/php* /etc/php-7.2.ini /etc/php-fpm.conf /etc/php-7.2: /etc/php-7.2.sample: opcache.ini
php-7.2.10 doesn't work by default:
# rcctl -d start php72_fpm doing _rc_parse_conf ... php72_fpm_flags empty, using default >< doing _rc_parse_conf /var/run/rc.d/php72_fpm doing _rc_quirks doing rc_check php72_fpm doing rc_start doing _rc_wait start doing rc_check [10-Nov-2018 23:32:18] WARNING: Nothing matches the include pattern '/etc/php-fpm.d/*.conf' from /etc/php-fpm.conf at line 125. [10-Nov-2018 23:32:18] ERROR: No pool defined. at least one pool section must be specified in config file [10-Nov-2018 23:32:18] ERROR: failed to post process the configuration [10-Nov-2018 23:32:18] ERROR: FPM initialization failed doing _rc_rm_runfile (failed)
It is because of the lack of "Pool Definintions".
The description is at the bottom of
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ; Pool Definitions ; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ; Multiple pools of child processes may be started with different listening ; ports and different management options. The name of the pool will be ; used in logs and stats. There is no limitation on the number of pools which ; FPM can handle. Your system will tell you anyway :) ; Include one or more files. If glob(3) exists, it is used to include a bunch of ; files from a glob(3) pattern. This directive can be used everywhere in the ; file. ; Relative path can also be used. They will be prefixed by: ; - the global prefix if it's been set (-p argument) ; - /usr/local otherwise include=/etc/php-fpm.d/*.conf
But there is no
Make the directory and the file manually:
# mkdir /etc/php-fpm.d # touch /etc/php-fpm.d/default.conf
What should be written in
We can get it by installing (and uninstalling 😜) PHP 7.0 (
/etc/php-fpm.conf includes the desired pool definition.
The essence of the definition is like this:
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ; Pool Definitions ; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [www] user = www group = www listen = /var/www/run/php-fpm.sock listen.owner = www listen.group = www listen.mode = 0660 pm = dynamic pm.max_children = 5 pm.start_servers = 2 pm.min_spare_servers = 1 pm.max_spare_servers = 3 chroot = /var/www
Also here is the full version as Gist (423 lines with comments).
/etc/php-fpm.d/default.conf, the preparation is finished.
The result is:
# rcctl start php72_fpm (ok)
Happy serving 🕊