Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users Unable to display info.php even after correct configuration Post 303045330 by anaigini45 on Tuesday 17th of March 2020 03:51:38 AM
Old 03-17-2020
It turns out that I did not link /usr/local/httpd to the main httpd directory /opt/rh/httpd24/root/etc/httpd.
Once I linked it, and created file phpfpm.conf in the directory, I could see the php page.
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session_start - Start new or resume existing session

bool session_start (void ) DESCRIPTION
session_start(3) creates a session or resumes the current one based on a session identifier passed via a GET or POST request, or passed via a cookie. When session_start(3) is called or when a session auto starts, PHP will call the open and read session save handlers. These will either be a built-in save handler provided by default or by PHP extensions (such as SQLite or Memcached); or can be custom handler as defined by ses- sion_set_save_handler(3). The read callback will retrieve any existing session data (stored in a special serialized format) and will be unserialized and used to automatically populate the $_SESSION superglobal when the read callback returns the saved session data back to PHP session handling. To use a named session, call session_name(3) before calling session_start(3). When session.use_trans_sid is enabled, the session_start(3) function will register an internal output handler for URL rewriting. If a user uses ob_gzhandler or similar with ob_start(3), the function order is important for proper output. For example, ob_gzhandler must be registered before starting the session. RETURN VALUES
This function returns TRUE if a session was successfully started, otherwise FALSE. CHANGELOG
+--------+---------------------------------------------------+ |Version | | | | | | | Description | | | | +--------+---------------------------------------------------+ | 5.3.0 | | | | | | | If a session fails to start, then FALSE is | | | returned. Previously TRUE was returned. | | | | | 4.3.3 | | | | | | | As of PHP 4.3.3, calling session_start(3) after | | | the session was previously started will result in | | | an error of level E_NOTICE. Also, the second ses- | | | sion start will simply be ignored. | | | | +--------+---------------------------------------------------+ EXAMPLES
Example #1 A session example: page1.php <?php // page1.php session_start(); echo 'Welcome to page #1'; $_SESSION['favcolor'] = 'green'; $_SESSION['animal'] = 'cat'; $_SESSION['time'] = time(); // Works if session cookie was accepted echo '<br /><a href="page2.php">page 2</a>'; // Or maybe pass along the session id, if needed echo '<br /><a href="page2.php?' . SID . '">page 2</a>'; ?> After viewing page1.php, the second page page2.php will magically contain the session data. Read the session reference for information on propagating session ids as it, for example, explains what the constant SID is all about. Example #2 A session example: page2.php <?php // page2.php session_start(); echo 'Welcome to page #2<br />'; echo $_SESSION['favcolor']; // green echo $_SESSION['animal']; // cat echo date('Y m d H:i:s', $_SESSION['time']); // You may want to use SID here, like we did in page1.php echo '<br /><a href="page1.php">page 1</a>'; ?> NOTES
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