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wm003



Joined: 24 Mar 2006
Posts: 88

PostPosted: Sat 08 Oct '11 20:11    Post subject: Reply with quote

Virsacer wrote:
Is the performance difference so big that you cant use the ts version?
I'm currently reorganising my build structure - When its working again, I can try the nts version...


The main problem lies in the httpd.exe when php is implemented via module. the exe eats much of memory (maybe its the used oracle driver) and does not really free it again. So if the day goes by, apache process eats up to the whole memory and slows down the whole server. limiting the apache memory to force a restart does not really work with php as module for me, becaus apache mostly hangs then.

All thes problems are gone when i use mod_fcgid. The server runs for ages without any restart/reboot/memory leak Smile

on the other hand, while i am using fcgid, i can easily define which parts of the website should use a differente php-cgi.exe (i renamed php-cgi.exe to many different ones). This is used for background task monitoring.

on for that the nts version is necessary. It works like a charm on 32-Bit Servers , but now i need to go x64 so i would like to get all php components which work in 32 Bit, in 64 bit also without really changing the configuration.


It would be _very_ nice it you are able to compile the nts version also.

I really appreciate your great work you still did on your packagee and it helped me a lot at my first x64 tries. Thumps up! Smile
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zx9



Joined: 18 Mar 2009
Posts: 33
Location: uruguay

PostPosted: Sun 16 Oct '11 9:44    Post subject: Reply with quote

wm003 wrote:
Virsacer wrote:
Is the performance difference so big that you cant use the ts version?
I'm currently reorganising my build structure - When its working again, I can try the nts version...


The main problem lies in the httpd.exe when php is implemented via module. the exe eats much of memory (maybe its the used oracle driver) and does not really free it again. So if the day goes by, apache process eats up to the whole memory and slows down the whole server. limiting the apache memory to force a restart does not really work with php as module for me, becaus apache mostly hangs then.

All thes problems are gone when i use mod_fcgid. The server runs for ages without any restart/reboot/memory leak Smile

on the other hand, while i am using fcgid, i can easily define which parts of the website should use a differente php-cgi.exe (i renamed php-cgi.exe to many different ones). This is used for background task monitoring.

on for that the nts version is necessary. It works like a charm on 32-Bit Servers , but now i need to go x64 so i would like to get all php components which work in 32 Bit, in 64 bit also without really changing the configuration.


It would be _very_ nice it you are able to compile the nts version also.

I really appreciate your great work you still did on your packagee and it helped me a lot at my first x64 tries. Thumps up! Smile




+1
I need TOO!!!
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Virsacer



Joined: 16 Jan 2010
Posts: 108
Location: Germany, Darmstadt

PostPosted: Mon 17 Oct '11 22:01    Post subject: Reply with quote

There it is:
http://www.apachelounge.com/viewtopic.php?t=4316
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