Keywords: WordPress + NGINX + SSL - AWS - Technical issue - Other bnsupport ID: 39593a03-30bd-0e13-643b-772a33a06caa Description:
I’m getting “File Not Found” on wordpress home page. php-fpm is running, but PHP does not execute, I tried to create a phpinfo.php file and getting the same error there. Restarting services didn’t help.
This happened after I changed the domain name and got a new SSL cert. But I have not changed any nginx configs that would affect this.
I checked in /opt/bitnami/php/var/log folder and they only errors I’m getting is this:
WARNING: [pool www] server reached max_children setting (5), consider raising it
It seems your server is reaching the PHP limits and that’s why you are getting that warning message in the PHP-FPM’s log. You can modify that limit to a higher value and monitor the performance of the server
I reviewed your configuration again and noticed that you were including that file in the configuration, why are you doing so? Note that the WordPress configuration file (/opt/bitnami/apps/wordpress/conf/nginx-app.conf) already has the information about how to connect to the PHP-FPM process
@jota you got it backwards. It was uncommented, and I commented it out.
In other words, now it is a comment, so it’s no longer included, so it’s not causing the issue any more. Before it was not a comment. Am I making sense? I think I’ve been very clear from the very beginning.