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Cannot get static file with chroot wordpress

I was trying to configure chroot with php-fpm and mysql. I managed to work it out, however when I try to reach files other than index.php (like css, png etc.) it keeps giving 404. However when I ...
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nginx+php-fpm(chroot). No input file specifed

OS: Centos PHP: 5.5.6 Nginx: 1.4.4 Nginx conf server { listen 80; server_name example.ltd; root /srv/example.ltd/www; index index.php; access_log /srv/example.ltd/logs/nginx-main.log main; ...
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PHP-FPM is not working as expected

I am using Debian Squeeze and set up PHP-FPM with fastcgi. I have several virtual hosts defined on the same host. I defined chroot for each pool configuration but somehow it is possible to change ...
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606 views

Apache + PHP-FPM + chroot results “File not found.” error

I want to set chroot to the DocumentRoot using PHP-FPM pools' chroot attribute. With the settings below, whatever I do I get only a "File not found." error: /etc/php5/fpm/pool.d/example.conf ...
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568 views

PHP-FPM Chroot jail corrupts timezone db?

I'm trying to setup a PHP-FPM Chroot jail on a new CentOS 6.3 box. I can get the chroot to work fine, in the sense that I can get php scripts to respond and echo things out. But, every time I use the ...
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348 views

nginx & php-fpm & clean urls

Hello i would like set up nginx like I want. I have read a lot of manuals (including official) but i can't make it work as I expect. I have next urls: /user/register, /user/login, /user/logout etc ...
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chrooting php-fpm with nginx

I'm setting up a new server with PHP 5.3.9 and nginx, so I compiled PHP with the php-fpm SAPI options. By itself it works great using the following server entry in nginx: server { listen 80; ...
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Implications that come with chrooting php-fpm

I am creating a production server that will run nginx with php-fpm. I want to have a good mix between securing the server, and still having good quick workflow. Now one thing that always secures the ...
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3k views

PHP-FPM's chroot and chdir directory

I am setting up php-fpm with chrooting enabled. Now I see that there are two options, and I want to know what the exact difference is. The setup has: chroot = /var/www/domains/domain.tld/ ; Chdir to ...
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792 views

Setup secure shared hosting (Apache, PHP, MySQL)

So I'm setting up a shared hosting with Apache, PHP, MySQL and the biggest question mark is how to do with PHP, since there is a million options out there how to configure it securely. The plan is: ...
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Secure PHP environments with PHP-FPM and SFTP

I'd like to set up secure environments for a small number of untrusted PHP websites on a Debian server. Right now everything runs on the same Apache2 with mod_php5 and vsftpd for administrative file ...