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How i able change settings PHP-FPM in app platform?

I deploy php symfony to App Platform and i want change php-fpm settings. I create file ‘fpm.inc.conf’ in root. My Procfile:

web: heroku-php-nginx -C nginx.conf -F fpm.inc.conf public/

But i don’t see my settings php-fpm applied. My deploy log:

[2022-12-03 16:01:40] DOCUMENT_ROOT changed to 'public/'
[2022-12-03 16:01:40] Using Nginx server-level configuration include 'nginx.conf'
[2022-12-03 16:01:41] Assuming 512MB of RAM
[2022-12-03 16:01:41] $WEB_CONCURRENCY env var is set, skipping automatic calculation
[2022-12-03 16:01:41] Starting php-fpm with 16 workers...
[2022-12-03 16:01:42] Starting nginx...
[2022-12-03 16:01:42] Application ready for connections on port 8080.

But them should contain string like “Using PHP-FPM configuration include 'fpm.inc.conf” from https://github.com/heroku/heroku-buildpack-php/blob/main/bin/heroku-php-nginx#L328

On locally, then i build image pack build blablabla --builder heroku/buildpacks:2 and run them docker run --rm -e 'PORT=8080' -e 'APP_ENV=prod' -p 8080:8080 blablabla i see, it’s right:

DOCUMENT_ROOT changed to 'public/'
Using PHP-FPM configuration include 'fpm.inc.conf'
Using Nginx server-level configuration include 'nginx.conf'
Assuming 512MB of RAM
$WEB_CONCURRENCY env var is set, skipping automatic calculation
Starting php-fpm with 1 workers...
Starting nginx...
Application ready for connections on port 8080.

And $HEROKU_PHP_FPM_CONFIG_INCLUDE is empty in container.

What am i doing wrong?


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Yes, i can set ENV $HEROKU_PHP_FPM_CONFIG_INCLUDE explicitly, but why param -F not working i don’t understand