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litespeed_wiki:php:detached_mode [2019/02/13 21:47]
Lisa Clarke [PHP Processes Won't Run Forever] Proofreading
litespeed_wiki:php:detached_mode [2019/04/11 20:52]
Jackson Zhang [PHP Processes Won't Run Forever]
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 PHP Detached Mode doesn'​t mean that PHP will run forever. It will still follow the [[https://​www.litespeedtech.com/​docs/​webserver/​config/​extapps/​lsapi#​extMaxIdleTime |Max Idle Time]] setting. If you want to make PHP live longer, just increase **Max Idle Time**. ​ Never set it to ''​-1''​ to indicate "​unlimited"​ since, in process group mode, values under ''​30''​ will be automatically converted to the default of 30 seconds. If you want PHP to be running longer, try to enter a large number, such as ''​3600''​. PHP Detached Mode doesn'​t mean that PHP will run forever. It will still follow the [[https://​www.litespeedtech.com/​docs/​webserver/​config/​extapps/​lsapi#​extMaxIdleTime |Max Idle Time]] setting. If you want to make PHP live longer, just increase **Max Idle Time**. ​ Never set it to ''​-1''​ to indicate "​unlimited"​ since, in process group mode, values under ''​30''​ will be automatically converted to the default of 30 seconds. If you want PHP to be running longer, try to enter a large number, such as ''​3600''​.
  
 +===== Changes to detached mode will be effective when a request comes =====
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 +Detached mode app wont be started when server startup, only when there is traffic hitting the external app, it will be started on demand, and stay there if LSWS restarts.
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 +The same for the restart, only if an external application is about to serve a request, it will be checked if restart is needed.
 ===== PHP Auto Configuration for Different Control Panels ===== ===== PHP Auto Configuration for Different Control Panels =====
 In previous versions of LSWS (5.2.x and earlier), external apps and PHP handlers are set up via the **External App** and **Script Hander** sections, respectively. In previous versions of LSWS (5.2.x and earlier), external apps and PHP handlers are set up via the **External App** and **Script Hander** sections, respectively.
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