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How to apply PHP-FPM pool settings for all domains in Plesk?
Note: the functionality to configure global PHP FPM settings on a server-wide level is not implemented in Plesk.
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As a workaround apply one of the solutions below:
Warning: the significant increase of the
pm.max_children parameter can affect server performance.
Note: after applying the steps below, the PHP-FPM settings will be changed for all domains of the required Service Plan.
- Log into Plesk.
- Go to Service Plans > Hosting Plans > Service_Plan_Name > PHP Settings.
- Set the required values in the PHP-FPM settings section:
- Scroll down and press the Update & Sync button to apply changes.
Warning: The PHP-FPM settings adjusted with the script below will not be reflected in Plesk GUI.
The solution below should be applied ONLY if the Plesk upgrade to a higher version is not possible.
Log into the server via SSH.
Download the script by executing the command below:
# wget https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/article_attachments/360006734433/update_pm.max_children.tar.gz
Unpack the downloaded script:
# tar -xvzf update_pm.max_children.tar.gz
Execute the command below to run the script: