add option to have dedicated php instance on a domain alias
I have noticed that on main domains and subdomains this is a option but when you add a domain alias this option does not seem to be there.
I would think this would be something useful to have especially if you are like us and have multiple domain alias pointing to one main site for files but wanting separate domains under one account like for us it is multiple ecommerce websites.
As an alias is only a pseudonym for a domain, it cannot have a separate PHP instance. For that reason we must decline this request.
Instead, to have a dedicated PHP FPM handlers for additional domains that are using the same website directories and files, you need to add these domains as separate domains but with the same document root directory in "Web Hosting Settings".
Lee Smith commented
So for example if you had your primary domain name but also wanted another or a few more domains but wanted to them to have dedicated php instances so if one php instance failed the others would still work fine. But they would have to look at the same files.
We run a ecommerce website where we have our primary site but also three other websites all looking at the same files but we want to have dedicated php instances for them incase one fails it does not take all the websites offline but they need to look at the same files so they we are not copying them all the time.