On February 28, 2012 18:57 , Daniel <email@example.com> wrote: > What is the correct way for configuring mod_proxy_fcgi and PHP-FPM?
> This is what I have:
> ProxyPass /www/ fcgi://127.0.0.1:9000/www/ <http://127.0.0.1:9000/www/>
What you have is correct. You can also put it in a <Location> block,
ProxyPass fcgi://127.0.0.1:9000/www/ <http://127.0.0.1:9000/www/
Or you can use a RewriteRule, like this:
RewriteRule ^/www/(.*)$ fcgi://127.0.0.1:4000/www/$1 [P]
All of the above are equivalent. > All domains are setup under /www/domain.com <http://domain.com>
> When I try to access domain.com/info.php <http://domain.com/info.php>
> however, it just shows the file as text. (<?php info(); ?>) There are
> no errors in apache's error_log or PHP-FPM's. Both are set to debug.
For the ProxyPass directive you have above, http://domain.com/info.php
is not correct, and it SHOULD show you the info.php file as text. The
correct URL for the ProxyPass directive you gave is http://domain.com/www/info.php
This is because the ProxyPass directive
you gave will only proxy requests for URI paths that begin with "/www/"
(this is what the first argument to the ProxyPass directive -- or the
enclosing Location block -- controls).
If using the correct URL doesn't work, here are some more things to look at:
Make sure PHP-FPM is correctly configured to server URI paths that all
begin with "/www/". You may need to change your directory structure for
your PHP-FPM / PHP document root (which is separate from the Apache HTTP
Server document root), or change the PHP document_root config setting in
order to get the results you want.
Make sure you have PHP-FPM error logging turned on via the error_log
config item in php-fpm.conf and that you are seeing SOMETHING getting
logged there (for example, startup messages).
Test PHP-FPM independently of Apache HTTP Server to make sure that it is
working. If it is, then you know that the problem is with Apache. If
it isn't, then no amount of troubleshooting Apache will help. I
recommend setting up a script that you can manually run on your web
server machine that will send an FCGI request to PHP-FPM and display the
If you want to use PHP for the script, try: https://github.com/adoy/PHP-FastCGI-Client
If you want to use Perl (which is what I personally prefer) for the
script, try: http://search.cpan.org/~tokuhirom/FCGI-Client-0.08/lib/FCGI/Client.pm
You should also be able to find scripts for Python or other languages by
googling "python fastcgi client" or "python fcgi client"
If you are using Apache 2.4.x (or 2.3.x) try turning up the LogLevel for
proxying to "trace" (which is more detailed than "debug") and see if
that provides any additional information as to what is -- or is not --
happening. For example, when debugging PHP-FPM issues, I use:
LogLevel info ssl:notice rewrite:trace8 proxy:trace8 proxy_fcgi:trace8
Good luck! I hope this helps.