Hello Yunohost community !
Foreword / Disclaimer
This is not an important issue: everything works fine. To my understanding, this is a bug/strange behavior of the diagnosis tool.
My YunoHost server
Hardware: Dedicated server bought online
YunoHost version: 18.104.22.168
I have access to my server : Through SSH & the webadmin
Are you in a special context or did you perform some particular tweaking on your YunoHost instance ? : no
Description of my issue
Since July the first, a new warning appeared in the automatic diagnosis:
[WARNING] Service php7.4-fpm is unknown :( - You can try to restart the service, and if it doesn't work, have a look at the service logs in the webadmin (from the command line, you can do this with 'yunohost service restart php7.4-fpm' and 'yunohost service log php7.4-fpm').
There is no php7.4 package installed, but there might have been some time ago, since I had some php-fpm issues when I migrated my webapps from the now obsolete Multi custom webapp to the maintained My Webapp Yunohost app. I have numerous apps depending on php-fpm (most on 7.3, some on 8.0), but none of them recently upgraded from 7.4.
The only relevant information found in the logs is that a php7.4-fpm service gracefully stopped the day the warning appeared (without causing any problem since nothing needed it).
That day, I configured a new subdomain, installed a Let’s Encrypt certificate for it and installed vaultwarden, so nginx was reconfigured and restarted, which might have caused that rogue fpm process to finally stop.
- Why did that fpm process survive the uninstall/upgrade of the last app that used it?
- Why does the diagnosis tool complain about it?
- Is this the anticipated error for this warning? If so, the proposed solution is irrelevant (the service is not installed, it can’t be restarted).
I will eventually restart this Yunohost instance, at least before the version 11 upgrade.
Thanks for enlighting me…