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To reflect changes to the website, I have to restart php-fpm

To reflect changes to the website, I have to restart php-fpm

To reflect changes to the website, I have to restart php-fpm every time. That's not typical. Is that bad? Is there a way to fix this? 

sudo service php-fpm restart
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Re: To reflect changes to the website, I have to restart php-fpm

@kanchi777k3aa3 

Such an issue is not possible in default Magento.
Is there Cloudflare, varnish, or opache set up in your store?

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Re: To reflect changes to the website, I have to restart php-fpm

Hi @Sanjay Jethva 

Yes, I believe we are using OPcache. Is there a way to fix this? 

Re: To reflect changes to the website, I have to restart php-fpm

But somtimes, it fails, telling you restart: Unknown instance

Now, if you do not like to reboot your server, just kill the processes and have a fresh start 

https://cucotv.net/

Re: To reflect changes to the website, I have to restart php-fpm

Thank you so much for the information i also looking for this.

 

Upsers

Re: To reflect changes to the website, I have to restart php-fpm

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