Installing NGINX and PHP-FPM running on UNIX File Sockets

In The Beginning

This is a guide on Installing NGINX and PHP-FPM, while running on UNIX File Sockets for your Debian based system.

If this statement is making you wonder why you are here, you are either:

A- Intrigued

B- Google brought you to the wrong website.

If you happen to be in category B, I apologize.  Please press back, and try again. If you are in Category A then keep reading! I have some fun things to share with you, and some suggestions for improving your NGINX web server.

What is a snippet?  A snippet is programming-speak for a small region of code, and I will be referring to a few different snippets in this article.

While this snippet below does not say a lot, it is what we are going for. In this snippet you will see a much simplified process list for my NGINX and PHP-FPM processes.

root     17084  php-fpm: master process (/etc/php5/fpm/php-fpm.conf) 
kevin    17100  \_ php-fpm: pool rackerua 


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