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I have the following setup for httpd 2.2 (CentOS 6) with mod_fastcgi and php-fpm:

LoadModule fastcgi_module modules/mod_fastcgi.so
<IfModule mod_fastcgi.c>
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php71 .php
Action application/x-httpd-php71 /php71-fcgi
Alias /php71-fcgi /usr/lib/cgi-bin/php71-fcgi
FastCgiExternalServer /usr/lib/cgi-bin/php71-fcgi -socket /var/run/php71.sock -pass-header Authorization

Action application/x-httpd-php72 /php72-fcgi
Alias /php72-fcgi /usr/lib/cgi-bin/php72-fcgi
FastCgiExternalServer /usr/lib/cgi-bin/php72-fcgi -socket /var/run/php72.sock -pass-header Authorization
</IfModule>
<Directory /usr/lib/cgi-bin>
    Order allow,deny
    Allow from all
</Directory>

But in httpd 2.4 (CentOS 7) there is mod_proxy_fcgi and since mod_fastcgi is not available I don't have FastCgiExternalServer I'm trying something like this:

AddHandler application/x-httpd-php70 .php
Action application/x-httpd-php70 /php70-fpm virtual
Alias /php70-fpm /php70-fpm
ProxyPassMatch "/php70-fpm" "unix:/var/run/php70.sock|fcgi://localhost"

Action application/x-httpd-php72 /php72-fpm virtual
Alias /php72-fpm /usr/local/php-fpm/php72-fpm
ProxyPass "/usr/local/php-fpm/php72-fpm" 
"unix:/var/run/php72.sock|fcgi://localhost"

<Directory /usr/local/php-fpm>
    Require all granted
</Directory>

I know it's wrong (and not working...) but for the moment I'm not able to find (if there is one) a way to keep using AddHandler application/x-httpd-phpXX .php in .htaccess for version change with CentOS7/Apache 2.4. I know I could use:

<FilesMatch "\.php$">
    SetHandler  "proxy:unix:/var/run/php70.sock|fcgi://localhost/"
</FilesMatch>

but I'm looking for a way to keep my .htaccess the same.

  • no, you must use the sethandler method. – ezra-s Jan 14 '18 at 4:24
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After searching a bit I found out that there is "Define" directive that could be used:

I've added in fcgi.conf (included in httpd.conf) the following:

Define php70 "proxy:unix:/var/run/php70.sock|fcgi://localhost"

And after that used the defined "php70" for a AddHandler in .htaccess:

AddHandler ${php70} .php

That's the closest thing I've managed to find. Hope it helps someone.

  • So the point of the question was to keep using the directive "AddHandler", not the directive and parameters as it was before. I sincerily do not understand the motives. – ezra-s Jan 19 '18 at 7:55
  • The motives are that most of us work with users, and it's easier for the user to get used to this: AddHandler ${application/x-httpd-phpXX} .php (or something similar) than the SetHandler method – plamer Jan 19 '18 at 7:57

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