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I recently upgraded an Ubuntu 14.04 server to PHP 7.0. Everything seemed to go smoothly. However, even after a server reboot, if I do sudo service php7.0-fpm restart I get the error php7.0-fpm: unrecognized service

When I run php -v I can see it is running PHP 7.0.10.

If I check service --status-all I can see php5-fpm in this list instead of 7.

What's going on here?

  • Php-fpm is a separate package/application from php. Php interprets files containing php code, php-fpm speaks the fastcgi protocol with webservers. So look for a php7-fpm package in whatever source you found php7 – Jonah Benton Sep 9 '16 at 20:57
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AS @JonahB mentioned in comment, you have to install the php7.0-fpm package as well:

apt-get install php7.0-fpm

You may also want to remove the previous one, even if it's not mandatory:

apt-get remove php5-fpm
  • I removed php5-fpm, but it is still showing up in the service list. How do I remove it completely? – eComEvo Sep 9 '16 at 23:49
  • @eComEvo, try systemctl daemon-reload – Alexander Tolkachev May 10 '17 at 6:48

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