While experimenting with optimizations on my brand new LEMH (Linux, Nginx, MariaDB, HHVM) stack; I changed the PHP-CLI config to use HHVM for
/usr/bin/php by using the following command:
$ sudo /usr/bin/update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/php php /usr/bin/hhvm 60
At first everything seemed to work fine... but I soon discovered major url rewrite issues with NGINX and wordpress pretty permalinks. I've finally decided to revert back to the default PHP-CLI, opting for a more conventional stack configuration.
So here's my question: What
sudo command would one use to revert the PHP-CLI configuration back its default values; such that using
sudo php --ini shows:
Rather than the current infinite loop; which ends when a root user
kills the process during an
hhvm service restart.
I've scoured the HHVM documentation forwards and backwards, but have yet to find anything that even hints at a possible solution. Any help/wisdom is greatly appreciated!