PHP-FPM stands for PHP-FastCGI Process Manager, primarily focused to manage the heavy loaded sites is an alternative to FastCGI daemon for PHP. There are basic attributes which will be presented in the PHP-FPM by default. In this article, you will see how to tweak (or improve) these basic attributes to the desired number at a required time such as during high-traffic days.
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