PHP 7.2.0 Release Candidate 4 Released

FastCGI Process Manager (FPM)


FPM (FastCGI Process Manager) é uma alternativa para a implementação PHP FastCGI com algumas features adicionais (principalmente) usado em sites pesados.

Entre as features estão incluidas:

  • gerenciamento de processos avançado com stop/start;

  • habilidade para começar a trabalhar com uid/gid/chroot/environment diferentes, ouvindo em diferentes portas e últilizando-se de php.ini destintos (troca de safe_mode);

  • stdout e stderr logging;

  • reinício de emergência em caso de destruição acidental de opcode cache;

  • acelera o processo de upload;

  • "slowlog" - os scripts de registro (e não apenas seus nomes, mas o seu PHP backtraces também,         usando ptrace e coisas semelhantes para o processo de leitura remota execute_data) que são executados extraordinariamente lento;

  • fastcgi_finish_request() - função especial para finalizar pedido e liberar todos os dados ao mesmo tempo         continuando a fazer algo demorado (conversão de vídeo, processamento de estatísticas, etc);

  • dinâmico/estático child spawning;

  • informações básicas de estatus do SAPI (similar ao Apache mod_status);

  • php.ini-baseado em arquivos de configurações.

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robin at robinwinslow dot co dot uk
6 years ago
Init script setup

You will probably want to create an init script for your new php-fpm. Fortunately, PHP 5.3.3 provides one for you, which you should copy to your init directory and change permissions:

$ cp <php-5.3.3-source-dir>/sapi/fpm/ /etc/init.d/php-fpm
$ chmod 755 /etc/init.d/php-fpm

It requires a certain amount of setup. First of all, make sure your php-fpm.conf file is set up to  create a PID file when php-fpm starts. E.g.:
pid = /var/run/
(also make sure your php-fpm user has permission to create this file).

Now open up your new init script (/etc/init.d/php-fpm) and set the variables at the top to their relevant values. E.g.:

Your init script is now ready. You should now be able to start, stop and reload php-fpm:

$ /etc/init.d/php-fpm start
$ /etc/init.d/php-fpm stop
$ /etc/init.d/php-fpm reload

The one remaining thing you may wish to do is to add your new php-fpm init script to system start-up. E.g. in CentOS:

$ /sbin/chkconfig php-fpm on


Disclaimer: Although I did just do this on my own server about 20 mins ago, everything I've written here is off the top of my head, so it may not be 100% correct. Also, allow for differences in system setup. Some understanding of what you are doing is assumed.
joel k
6 years ago
the fpm process supports the USER2 signal, which is used to reload the config file.

kill -USR2 [pid]

should do the trick.
kokushibyou at gmail dot com
4 years ago
PHP-FPM is FAST - but be wary of using it while your code base is stored on NFS - under average load your NFS server will feel some serious strain. I have yet to find a work around for this bug:
dreamcat4 at gmail dot com
3 years ago
Doesn't work? Enable logging!

The php-fpm.log file is a great place to fault-find errors and get to the bottom of a problem. But be sure to enable logging for your specific worker pool. Or you won't see anything!


To enable error logging for the default [www] worker pool, add this line in the [www] section of your php-fpm.conf:

catch_workers_output = yes
user at NOSPAM dot example dot com
14 days ago
It is important to note that FPM is not built with the windows binaries.  Many of the guides you may find online rely on php-cgi.exe.  Unfortunately they call it FPM but this is incorrect!

The executable php-cgi.exe that is bundled with the windows binaries is a FastCGI interface but it is *not* FPM (Fastcgi Process Manager).  php-cgi.exe does not have multi-threading or concurrent request support, nor support for any of the FPM configuration options.

The only solid information I've gathered into why FPM is not available is a bug report explaining that FPM is built around fork(), which is not natively available on windows (
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