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I have two php scripts that need to be run as continuous back ground processes in WAMP server.

Wamp server is installed in window 7 PC. These scripts are already reside in separate folder in the www root directory.

Apache Version :2.2.8 PHP Version :5.2.6

Since this is not a unix platform I can't use nohup php script.php > /dev/null & command to do this job. I'm looking for similar kind of command or method which works in wamp server windows platform.

Can anyone explain the steps I need to be taken to do this task?


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Ignoring the WAMP component, as it is effectively irrelevant, this question is a duplicate of… – Zayne S Halsall Nov 20 '10 at 8:00

You could use Windows Task Scheduler and call the job using

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