@bmoore9 opened this Issue on February 12th 2016

In my environment, piwik core archives happen on a server that houses multiple php versions. For the core archive I use php5.5 and the archive is invoked by
/usr/bin/php55 -c /etc/php5.5/php.ini /www/piwik/console core:archive --url=http://example.com

Because of the multiple PHP versions I use a specific php.ini file that I specify on the command line. While core archive runs, it seems it reinvokes the requested PHP executable for each segment, but it doesn't preserve the specified php.ini file.

/usr/bin/php55 -q /www/piwik/console climulti:request -q --piwik-domain='example.com' --superuser 'module=API&method=API.get&idSite=39&period=day&date=last2&format=php&segment=deviceType%3D%3DSmartphone%2CdeviceType%3D%3DPhablet&trigger=archivephp&pid=7ae1e41fe89b3f4ca1bbfff7033ea4b125d927aeebbf2a3a976f22d31ba58c735f71702b105d15cf4b39bfc3b3632a86e86d1'

Ideally this request would look like

/usr/bin/php55 -c /etc/php55/php.ini -q /www/piwik/console climulti:request -q --piwik-domain='example.com' --superuser 'module=API&method=API.get&idSite=39&period=day&date=last2&format=php&segment=deviceType%3D%3DSmartphone%2CdeviceType%3D%3DPhablet&trigger=archivephp&pid=7ae1e41fe89b3f4ca1bbfff7033ea4b125d927aeebbf2a3a976f22d31ba58c735f71702b105d15cf4b39bfc3b3632a86e86d1'

@tsteur commented on February 12th 2016 Owner

I think what you want was maybe developed in Piwik 2.16 see https://github.com/piwik/piwik/pull/9500

Use eg --php-cli-options="-c /etc/php55/php.ini" when calling the archiver. I'll close it for now but let me know in case it does not solve the issue, then we can reopen the issue.

This Issue was closed on February 12th 2016
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