I am running nginx with PHP-FPM. My nginx configuration for handling php files looks like this:

location  ~ \.php$ {
            set $php_root /home/me/www;
            fastcgi_index  index.php;
            fastcgi_param  SCRIPT_FILENAME  $php_root$fastcgi_script_name;
            include /etc/nginx/fastcgi_params;

Now, I have a simple php file like this:

     ech "asd"

Yes, with an obvious error. When I try accessing the php file, instead of tracing a syntax error, I always get a HTTP 500 Internal Server Error.I tried using error_reporting(-1); but still it always returns HTTP 500. How do I get PHP to print the exact error instead of returning a generic HTTP 500?


If the file didn't have the error, would you get the correct response code (HTTP 200 OK)?

Written by echo

Yes, I get a HTTP 200 OK if the file doesn't have an error.

Written by ErJab

Accepted Answer

try find this in ur php.ini: display_errors = Off , then make it on

Written by SpawnCxy
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