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Date:      Tue, 24 Jul 2007 20:22:39 -0400
From:      "Maxim Khitrov" <mkhitrov@gmail.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   FastCGI PHP does not start on server reboot (via rc script).
Message-ID:  <26ddd1750707241722r24d3aa31ua9c1b92368149e9b@mail.gmail.com>

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Hello,

I have this problem that I can't figure out. One of my web servers is
using a combination of lighttpd and FastCGI php to run a few sites. On
lighttpd website there is an rc script to help FreeBSD users start
FastCGI php processes automatically. I've pasted that script below.

I should say that if I run it manually as root, everything works
beautifully. As you can see, the script creates a unix socket at
/var/run/fastcgi/php.sock, and lighttpd is then able to execute php
scripts. The problem is that every time the server is rebooted, the
script does not start back up. I have to start it manually. I can't
find any log entries that would indicate a problem, so I'm not even
sure where to start looking. Below is the script that I'm trying to
run, file permissions for relevant files, and contents of my rc.conf.

Would greatly appreciate it if someone could at least tell me where to
start looking for a solution to this problem.

Thanks,
Maxim Khitrov

/etc/rc.conf:
fcgiphp_enable="YES"

/var/run/fastcgi:
-rw-r--r--  1 www  www  -    5B Jul 24 17:06 php.pid
srwxr-xr-x  1 www  www  -    0B Jul 24 17:06 php.sock=

/usr/local/etc/rc.d:
-r-xr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  -  1.6K May 23 17:28 fastcgi-php*

/usr/local/etc/rc.d/fastcgi-php:
#!/bin/sh
#  FreeBSD rc.d script for fastcgi+php
#  in rc.conf
# fcgiphp_enable (bool):	Set it to "YES" to enable fastcgi+php
#				Default is "NO".
# other options see below
#

. /etc/rc.subr

name="fcgiphp"
rcvar=`set_rcvar`

load_rc_config $name

: ${fcgiphp_enable="NO"}
: ${fcgiphp_bin_path="/usr/local/bin/php-cgi"}
: ${fcgiphp_user="www"}
: ${fcgiphp_group="www"}
: ${fcgiphp_children="2"}
: ${fcgiphp_port="8002"}
: ${fcgiphp_socket="/var/run/fastcgi/php.sock"}
: ${fcgiphp_env="SHELL PATH USER"}
: ${fcgiphp_max_requests="100"}
: ${fcgiphp_addr="localhost"}


pidfile=/var/run/fastcgi/php.pid
procname="${fcgiphp_bin_path}"
command_args="/usr/local/bin/spawn-fcgi 2> /dev/null -f
${fcgiphp_bin_path} -u ${fcgiphp_user} -g ${fcgiphp_group} -C
${fcgiphp_children} -P ${pidfile}"
start_precmd=start_precmd
stop_postcmd=stop_postcmd

start_precmd()
{
	PHP_FCGI_MAX_REQUESTS="${fcgiphp_max_requests}"
	FCGI_WEB_SERVER_ADDRS=$fcgiphp_addr
	export PHP_FCGI_MAX_REQUESTS
	export FCGI_WEB_SERVER_ADDRS
	allowed_env="${fcgiphp_env} PHP_FCGI_MAX_REQUESTS FCGI_WEB_SERVER_ADDRS"
# copy the allowed environment variables
	E=""
	for i in $allowed_env; do
		eval "x=\$$i"
		E="$E $i=$x"
	done
	command="env - $E"

	if [ -n "${fcgiphp_socket}" ]; then
		command_args="${command_args} -s ${fcgiphp_socket}"
	elif [ -n "${fcgiphp_port}" ]; then
		command_args="${command_args} -p ${fcgiphp_port}"
	else
		echo "socket or port must be specified!"
		exit
	fi
}

stop_postcmd()
{
	rm -f ${pidfile}
#	eval "ipcs | awk '{ if (\$5 == \"${fcgiphp_user}\") print \"ipcrm -s
\"\$2}' | /bin/sh"
}

run_rc_command "$1"



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