[CentOS] Systemd, PHP-FPM, and /cgi-bin scripts

Wed Apr 24 10:44:04 UTC 2019
Leon Fauster <leonfauster at googlemail.com>

> Am 24.04.2019 um 08:37 schrieb Benjamin Smith <lists at benjamindsmith.com>:
> CentOS 7 server and Fedora 29 dev workstation, both with PHP 7.2, Apache 2.4, 
> php-fpm, all updated. 
> I have a web-based app I've been developing for some time, and recently the 
> need to upload files of large size EG 1 GB or larger, has come up. 
> So I wrote a /cgi-bin script that works, takes the input, and even runs the 
> same application framework as the main application which normally works in 
> php-fpm. (which also works in a shell script so it wasn't hard)  So /path/to/
> webroot/cgi-bin/upload.php works just fine running as a separate process as a 
> cgi executable. Yay! 
> But... php-fpm has its own "tmp" directory, something like /tmp/systemd-
> private-RANDOM-php-fpm.service-RANDOM/tmp that the cgi-bin has no access to. 
> To be able to populate $_FILES in a way compatible with the rest of the 
> framework, it appears that I need to be able to run the /cgi-bin in the same 
> context as the php-fpm environment so files can be access across all the 
> different parts of the web app. This includes related things like access to 
> the $_SESSION data files, and so on. 
> How do I even begin? Google searches are loaded with stuff like perl cgis 
> having access to PHP data, PRE-SYSTEMD, and I find no apache directives (so 
> far) that have been helpful. 
> Any ideas? 

Why not implementing this directly as "PHP"-script 
that runs via php-fpm and not via "standard" CGI?