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+#!/sbin/openrc-run
+
+#
+# We support both slot-agnostic and slotted versions of the init
+# script. The slotted versions would be named something like
+# php-fpm-php7.1, and PHP_SLOT below would be set to "php7.1". But we
+# also support a general init script named "php-fpm" that uses
+# whatever the currently-eselected fpm implementation is. In that
+# case, PHP_SLOT winds up set to "php-fpm" and we need to get the
+# actual slot by querying eselect.
+#
+# An open question is, what should we do if the user has both a
+# slot-agnostic and slotted init script, which happen to point to the
+# same slot? In other words, if the user has a php-fpm init script and
+# slot php7.1 eselected, but also a php-fpm-php7.1 init script. Should
+# they manage the same instance? I think so...
+#
+PHP_SLOT="${SVCNAME#php-fpm-}"
+if [ "${PHP_SLOT}" = "php-fpm" ] ; then
+ PHP_SLOT="$(eselect php show fpm)"
+fi
+
+PHP_FPM_CONF="@SYSCONFDIR@/php/fpm-${PHP_SLOT}/php-fpm.conf"
+
+command="@LIBDIR@/${PHP_SLOT}/bin/php-fpm"
+pidfile="@piddir@/php-fpm-${PHP_SLOT}.pid"
+
+# Force the daemon into the background and make it use our pid file,
+# regardless of what the config file says.
+command_args="--fpm-config ${PHP_FPM_CONF} --pid ${pidfile} --daemonize"
+extra_started_commands="reload"
+extra_commands="configtest"
+
+# Wait five seconds after starting for the pidfile to show up.
+start_stop_daemon_args="--wait 5000 ${PHP_FPM_UMASK:+--umask ${PHP_FPM_UMASK}}"
+
+configtest() {
+ ebegin "Testing PHP FastCGI Process Manager configuration"
+
+ # Hide the "test is successful" message (which goes to stderr) if
+ # the test passed, but show the entire output if the test failed
+ # because it may contain hints about the problem.
+ OUTPUT=$( ${command} ${command_args} --test 2>&1 )
+
+ # Save this so `echo` doesn't clobber it.
+ local exit_code=$?
+ [ $exit_code -ne 0 ] && echo "${OUTPUT}" >&2
+ eend $exit_code
+}
+
+start_pre() {
+ # If this isn't a restart, make sure that the user's config isn't
+ # busted before we try to start the daemon (this will produce
+ # better error messages than if we just try to start it blindly).
+ #
+ # If, on the other hand, this *is* a restart, then the stop_pre
+ # action will have ensured that the config is usable and we don't
+ # need to do that again.
+ if [ "${RC_CMD}" != "restart" ] ; then
+ configtest || return $?
+ fi
+}
+
+stop_pre() {
+ # If this is a restart, check to make sure the user's config
+ # isn't busted before we stop the running daemon.
+ if [ "${RC_CMD}" = "restart" ] ; then
+ configtest || return $?
+ fi
+}
+
+reload() {
+ configtest || return $?
+ ebegin "Reloading PHP FastCGI Process Manager"
+ start-stop-daemon --signal USR2 --pidfile "${pidfile}"
+ eend $?
+}