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How to Configure Nginx to Execute PHP Using PHP-FPM
December 23, 2013 @ 11:22:01

On The Geek Stuff site there's a recent post showing you how to set up and configure Nginx to execute PHP using PHP-FPM on your linux-based system. (A related post shows some of the differences between Nginx and Apache on the same site.)

Nginx is pronounced as "Engine-X", which is a web server and reverse proxy server. Nginx is well known for its speed and ability to handle large number of requests simultaneously with optimal use of resources. PHP-FPM stands for "PHP-FastCGI process manager". [...] This tutorial provides instructions on how to install and configure Nginx with PHP-FPM, which will help you to execute PHP programs in Nginx.

He's broken it up into five simple steps, complete with the exact commands you'll need to make it work:

  • Install Nginx
  • Install PHP5-FPM
  • Add PHP Configuration to Nginx
  • Set listen Parameter in php5-fpm www.conf
  • Restart the Nginx and PHP5-FPM and Test it
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Link: http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2013/12/nginx-php-fpm/

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