You can restart the PHP of the site manually, in case the website starts showing any PHP-related error.
Most of the time, our system restarts the PHP automatically after detecting the issue. The system adds the process to the logs.
However, if you need to restart the PHP manually, you can do so by following the steps.
Follow the steps to restart PHP:
Step 1: Login to your Breeze platform
Step 2: Select the Company you like to work on
Step 3: Click on the ‘Sites’ to open the site list
Step 4: Open the Store from the list
Step 5: Click on the ‘Tools’ option from the left
Step 6: Enable the Varnish Cache
The process of restarting PHP may take 5-10 seconds. Once it is done, you will get a notification.
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