This document provides advanced PHP configuration file information.
Apache servers that use the `prefork` MPM with fewer server instances than the maximum number of PHP-FPM child processes may experience performance issues. This document explains how to resolve this dependency issue.
This document lists the PHP-FPM system's configuration settings and their default values. This document also explains how to add additional settings to your system's PHP-FPM configuration.
The FastCGI Process Manager (PHP-FPM) implementation of FastCGI provides process management, emergency restarts, and IP address restriction.
This document explains how to add custom PHP INI directives to your system's PHP configuration.
The ea-php-cli package is EasyApache 4's replacement for the system-provided /usr/bin/php binary.
The question and answers document for EasyApache 4.
This document provides an abridged list of the main EasyApache 4 file locations.
The rebuild_phpconf script on your server allows you to update your server's php.conf file.
The PHP .user.ini file allows you to customize PHP directives on a per-directory basis.
You can update the settings of your server's php.ini file to help secure your server. The method to use depends on your version of EasyApache.
This document describes how to install the Drush application, which allows you to manage Drupal, a popular content management system (CMS).
In cPanel & WHM version 70, we added the ability to only display specific versions of PHP to a user on systems that run EasyApache 4.
This document explains how to locate and install a PHP version or a PHP extension.
This tutorial explains how to manage `php.ini` file directives when you enable PHP-FPM.
Composer is a dependency and package manager for PHP.
EasyApache allows you to easily install and modify PHP for your server.
This document discusses the key changes and limitations of PHP 8.
PHP FastCGI Process Manager (PHP-FPM) is an alternative FastCGI daemon for PHP that allows a website to handle high loads.
This document explains how Apache determines a domain or virtual host's PHP version