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NAME

       php-fpm - PHP FastCGI Process Manager 'PHP-FPM'

SYNOPSIS

       php-fpm [options]

DESCRIPTION

       PHP  is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web
       development and can be embedded into HTML. This is a variant of PHP that will run  in  the
       background  as  a  daemon,  listening  for CGI requests. Output is logged to /var/log/php-
       fpm.log.

       Most options are set in the  configuration  file.  The  configuration  file  is  /etc/php-
       fpm.conf.  By  default,  php-fpm  will respond to CGI requests listening on localhost http
       port 9000. Therefore php-fpm expects your webserver to forward  all  requests  for  '.php'
       files to port 9000 and you should edit your webserver configuration file appropriately.

OPTIONS

       -C             Do not chdir to the script's directory

       --php-ini path|file
       -c path|file   Look for php.ini file in the directory path or use the specified file

       --no-php-ini
       -n             No php.ini file will be used

       --define foo[=bar]
       -d foo[=bar]   Define INI entry foo with value bar

       -e             Generate extended information for debugger/profiler

       --help
       -h             This help

       --info
       -i             PHP information and configuration

       --modules
       -m             Show compiled in modules

       --version
       -v             Version number --prefix path

       -p             Specify alternative prefix path (the default is /usr)

       --fpm-config file
       -y             Specify alternative path to FastCGI process manager configuration file (the
                      default is /etc/php-fpm.conf)

       --test
       -t             Test  FPM  configuration  file  and  exit  If  called  twice   (-tt),   the
                      configuration is dumped before exiting.

       --zend-extension file
       -z file        Load Zend extension file

FILES

       php-fpm.conf   The configuration file for the php-fpm daemon.

       php.ini        The standard php configuration file.

SIGNAL

       Once started, php-fpm then responds to several POSIX signals:

              SIGINT,SIGTERM      immediate termination
              SIGQUIT             graceful stop
              SIGUSR1             re-open log file
              SIGUSR2             graceful reload of all workers + reload of fpm conf/binary

SEE ALSO

       The PHP-FPM website:
       http://php-fpm.org

       For a more or less complete description of PHP look here:
       http://www.php.net/manual/

       A nice introduction to PHP by Stig Bakken can be found here:
       http://www.zend.com/zend/art/intro.php

BUGS

       You can view the list of known bugs or report any new bug you found at:
       http://bugs.php.net

AUTHORS

       PHP-FPM  SAPI  was  written  by  Andrei  Nigmatulin. The mailing-lists are highload-php-en
       (English) and highload-php-ru (Russian).

       The PHP Group: Thies C. Arntzen, Stig Bakken, Andi  Gutmans,  Rasmus  Lerdorf,  Sam  Ruby,
       Sascha Schumann, Zeev Suraski, Jim Winstead, Andrei Zmievski.

       A List of active developers can be found here:
       http://www.php.net/credits.php

       And  last  but  not least PHP was developed with the help of a huge amount of contributors
       all around the world.

VERSION INFORMATION

       This manpage describes php-fpm, version 5.3.10-1ubuntu3.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 1997-2009 The PHP Group
       Copyright (c) 2007-2009, Andrei Nigmatulin

       This source file is subject to version 3.01 of the PHP license, that is bundled with  this
       package  in the file LICENSE, and is available through the world-wide-web at the following
       url:
       http://www.php.net/license/3_01.txt

       If you did not receive a copy of the PHP license and are unable to obtain it  through  the
       world-wide-web,  please  send  a  note  to  license@php.net  so  we  can  mail  you a copy
       immediately.