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litespeed_wiki:php:detached_mode [2018/09/14 16:09]
Michael Alegre [What is PHP Detached Mode?]
litespeed_wiki:php:detached_mode [2018/09/20 17:48] (current)
Lisa Clarke Moved handler troubleshooting to its own page
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 If you are using a control panel, LSWS 5.3 will enable PHP detached mode automatically. ​ If you are using a control panel, LSWS 5.3 will enable PHP detached mode automatically. ​
  
-If you are using LSWS 5.3 Native Mode, and explicitly configured an external application for each virtual host, you will need to set **Run on Startup** to ''​PHP Detached Mode''​.  ​+If you are using LSWS 5.3 (native), and explicitly configured an external application for each virtual host, you will need to set **Run on Startup** to ''​PHP Detached Mode''​.  ​
 ===== Restart Detached PHP Processes ===== ===== Restart Detached PHP Processes =====
 In the past, if there were any ''​php.ini''​ changes, you would probably want to restart LSWS to apply the changes(since LSWS will restart PHP processes). ​ In the past, if there were any ''​php.ini''​ changes, you would probably want to restart LSWS to apply the changes(since LSWS will restart PHP processes). ​
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 ===== PHP Auto Configuration for Different Control Panels ===== ===== PHP Auto Configuration for Different Control Panels =====
-In previous ​version lower than LSWS 5.2.x, ​there is a "​External App" section to setup PHP external apps and a "​Script Hander"​ section to setup PHP handlers. ​+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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-On LSWS 5.3,  PHP external app and PHP script handler ​configurations are not required ​anymore ​and they will be autoconfigured by the web server. If you run upgrade from 5.2.x or previous ​version, external apps settings will be carried over. Actually ​you can delete all PHP external apps and PHP handlers and LSWS will still be working ​fine. If you install a new fresh LSWS 5.3 installation,​ most likely you won't see any PHP external apps and PHP handlers defined there anymore. If you see such, don't worry and it is normal for LSWS 5.3. If you still want to define external apps manually, it is ok, and LSWS will honor the settings which actually override the LSWS 5.3 built-in external apps definition. ​+On LSWS v5.3 and abovethese configurations are no longer ​required. External apps and script handlers ​will be autoconfigured by the web server. If you upgrade ​to v5.3 from an earlier ​version, ​the external apps settings will be carried over. (However, ​you could delete all PHP external apps and PHP handlers and LSWS would still work fine.)
  
 +If you install a new fresh LSWS 5.3 installation,​ you probably won't see any PHP external apps or PHP handlers defined there. Don't worry. This is normal. If you still want to define external apps manually, you can do so. LSWS will honor these settings, and they will override the built-in external apps definition. ​
  
-How to configure PHP setting then if there are no external apps defined there anymore? ​While a new "PHP" ​tab has been created ​in LSWS Web Admin Console and you can set configuration there to detached ​PHP.+Currently, LSWS auto-detects apps and handlers up to PHP 7.3. Two handlers: ''​application/​x-httpd-ea-php71''​ and ''​application/​x-httpd-alt-php71''​ now point to separate handlers, where prior to 5.3, both pointed to the lsphp71 handler configuration.  
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 +So, how do you configure PHP settings ​if there are no external apps defined there anymore? ​See the new **PHP** tab in the Web Admin console to adjust the configuration
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 +Configurations set under the **PHP** tab or in the ''<​phpConfig>''​ section, serve as the default for auto-detected PHP handlers, so the memory limit set there will apply to all detected ​PHP handlers. An explicitly configured PHP handler will still use its own configuration.
    
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 Change the PHP binary path: Change the PHP binary path:
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 +===== Troubleshooting =====
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 +  * [[litespeed_wiki:​php:​detached_mode:​handlers | Managing ea-phpxx and alt-phpxx differences between LSWS v5.3 and previous versions]]
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