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Bug #53527 php-fpm --test doesn't set a valuable return value
Submitted: 2010-12-12 17:44 UTC Modified: 2010-12-18 12:22 UTC
From: fedora at famillecollet dot com Assigned: fat (profile)
Status: Closed Package: FPM related
PHP Version: 5.3.4 OS: GNU/Linux (Fedora 14)
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2010-12-12 17:44 UTC] fedora at famillecollet dot com
Description:
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php-fpm --test always return 255

It will be great if the return code give information about the result.
It will allow to create an "intelligent" init script to reload the config

Something like:
if php-fpm --test; then
  killproc  -p ${pidfile} php-fpm -USR2
fi


Test script:
---------------
# php-fpm --test ; echo $?


Expected result:
----------------
Dec 12 17:35:19.752605 [NOTICE] configuration file /etc/php-fpm.conf test is successful
0


Actual result:
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Dec 12 17:35:19.752605 [NOTICE] configuration file /etc/php-fpm.conf test is successful
255


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 [2010-12-18 12:22 UTC] fat@php.net
Automatic comment from SVN on behalf of fat
Revision: http://svn.php.net/viewvc/?view=revision&revision=306426
Log: - Fixed bug #53527 (php-fpm --test doesn't set a valuable return value).
 [2010-12-18 12:22 UTC] fat@php.net
-Status: Open +Status: Closed -Assigned To: +Assigned To: fat
 [2010-12-18 12:22 UTC] fat@php.net
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