We have been using FPM method for PHP execution. What we are struggling is with the settings to stick per domain. for ex: setting the execution time… we have to do this in the .ini file inside of /etc/php/ folder… per domain config file gives error and crashes the FPM
@masterg0g0 For the Maximum execution time (i.e. max_execution_time) to work as expected, you should set Maximum input parsing time (i.e. max_input_time) option to -1 in Services ⇾ PHP-FPM Configuration: Resource Limits page.
@Jamie, for PHP execution time to work properly, we should set max_input_time to -1. I think you considered it back in time, and this is still what the default should be according to the PHP documentation, but it appears that it’s not, and the default is set to 60.
But the problem is per domain values… while using FPM mode… they dont work… and it crashed the FPM server… if i try to add any PHP config values. The execution time was not in question more of the _vars variable,