Using a Nginx web server, in case a PHP script has some error, how can you serve a cached version of the working file instead?

I'm currently seeing this behavior in a server, but I couldn't find a clue to avoid it, so I'm now asking to sys admins experts instead of programmers.

  • Opcache is disable in config, and I checked it's functions are not declared neither. – Leopoldo Sanczyk Oct 14 '19 at 21:36

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