--- Comment #15 from Daniel B. <> ---
(In reply to Jean-Philippe Pialasse from comment #13)
> some failure launching the fpm services ...
> service php56-php-fpm  restart
> Arrêt de php-fpm :                                         [ÉCHOUÉ]
> Démarrage de php-fpm :                                     [  OK  ]
> then it worked
> my guess is that the event is not enought to start the service as it only
> trigger a reload

Indeed. After installing all the PHP dependencies, you either have to
post-upgrade/reboot or start the different fpm daemons manually.

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