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How to restart php on LAMP marketplace image?

Hi,

I tried to restart php with service, systemctl or init.d/ but I unable to restart php and it says “Unit php8.0-fpm.service could not be found.”

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How can I restart php?

Regards,

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Hello, @mraheel83Starfish

You can first check if the php-fpm service is running using the ps command:

  1. ps axu | grep -i php

The output will help you to see which is the php-fpm process and from there you can restart the php-fpm service using the systemctl command:

  1. systemctl restart php8.0-fpm.service

Note that your version might be different and you’ll need to substitute 8.0 with the actual php-fpm version that your server runs.

Regards, Alex

First, let’s find the service name:

systemctl list-units|grep php

If a service named php comes back, restart it

If nothing comes back, that means we need to find out the web server you’re running:

systemctl list-units|grep 'nginx\|apache' # leave the \ in there

If it comes back apache, restart apache. If it comes back NGINX, let me know here, and I can help further.