It appears you need to enable the new FPM SAPI (--enable-fpm) - so I
would assume the old one still remains for those that need it?
Tom, I have used your very handy article for PHP setups in the past
On Jul 24, 8:21 am, Tom Boutell <t...@punkave.com> wrote:
> I just saw the announcement of the FPM being included in PHP 5.3.3.
> That's great news - it sounds like the new FPM is a very good one. But
> I'd appreciate some clarification on the status of the old FPM in php-
> As described here:
> The regular php-cgi binaries in 5.2.x and, in my experience, 5.3.0
> Also it sounds like the new SAPI has a separate binary, unlike the old
> So my questions are:
> 1. Was the old FPM removed from php-cgi in 5.3.3?
> 2. If so, wouldn't this cause considerable disruption for those of us
> 3. Does the new FPM provide shared APC cache as the old one did? That
> I have a widely forwarded article here which I'll update with the
> On May 26, 11:29 am, Antony Dovgal <t...@daylessday.org> wrote:
> > Hello all.
> > After a short discussion with Rasmus and Johannes (how's maintaining PHP 5.3 branch) it was agreed that FPM
> > Which was done several minutes ago.
> > So now you don't have to checkout PHP trunk, copy sapi/fpm to your 5.3 source tree and so on - it's all there already.
> > P.S. no way to add it to 5.2, sorry.
> > --
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