I’m working on existing php project and I’m totally beginner with that . I ‘m trying to understand this line of code . I’ve searched alot and I know that exec is used to run unix command . But I don’t understand the first part /usr/local/sbin/clog ‘/var/log/filter.log’ I also dont understand | meaning here also I don’t understand this part
We have a requirement that needs to downgrade PHP from 8.1 to 7.1 in our Ubuntu 18 server. After the downgrade, we’re seeing PHP Startup error everytime we check php -v Below is the exact error text: The missing libraries are really not found in the said directory as I checked. We have tried reinstalling as suggested from other forum
I have a doubt if I should do this or not. I have a VM with 4 GBs RAM from Linode. I want to optimize what I paid for and increase the default value of memory_limit in php.ini to allow my Laravel application to take much more than the default value. Will this help my Laravel application load faster? Is
I’m just learning Docker and took on a little pet project and wondering if something is possible permission wise with docker/nginx/php. I’m attempting to convert an old IIS-Windows/php/MySql project of mine to Docker/nginx/php/mysql I’m most of the way there and have the 3 containers linked and all is working well EXCEPT, this system has a file upload/view/delete component to it.
Currently I want to check if a specific file be used in php project thanks for reading, any help would be appreciated Answer You can use linux command
After adding the ppa ondrej/php, I try sudo apt-get install php7.4, but the output is I have checked and there is a package that should install with that command, but I must be doing something wrong? Answer have you tried updating your rep? I didn’t pay enough attention, this package doesn’t exist yet for ubuntu 19.04:
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I had a problem with the PHP fwrite function not writing anything and I figured it was because of rights. One apache process is run by root and several others by www-data: $ ps -aux |grep apache root 21239 0.0 0.3 222104 26524 ? Ss 02:31 0:00 /usr/sbin/apache2 -k start www-data 21240 0.0 0.1 222316 13736 ? S 02:31 0:00
I recently updated PHP-FPM to version 7.4.2 (on Arch Linux) and noticed it stopped working (everything was fine before) by responding “File not found” to all clients. The process, and also nginx, run under my personal user account (kevin UID 1000). Nginx serves static content from my home directory /home/kevin/.web just fine but PHP-FPM can’t execute PHP scripts in it.
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