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Apache 2.4 + mod_rewrite + FastCGI (php-cgi.exe) on Windows

I am trying to port my Mac config on Windows for some of my clients. Since Windows is not Mac OS, I have to use php-cgi.exe instead of PHP-FPM. I have tested each component individually and ...
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Running two different PHP fast-cgi instances on windows with OPCache enabled

I'm trying to run two different php 5.5 instances on Windows (one with XDebug, one without, same php executable, different php.ini files) over fast-cgi in Apache 2.4, ideally both with opcache ...
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Can lighttpd be configured to spawn it's own instances of PHP on Windows7?

Currently, this is how I start PHP and lighttpd and it works fine: start /b php-cgi -c .\php-debug.ini -b 127.0.0.1:521 start /b LightTPD.exe Once and awhile PHP crashes and I get 503 errors ...
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Can't make PHP work as FastCGI on Apache and Windows

I'm trying to run PHP as FastCGI with no success. I made a *.conf file such on mod_fcgid page but without a wrapper script. Here is my conf: # php5 as FastCGI executable FcgidMaxRequestsPerProcess ...
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PHP on Windows as Fast-CGI (IIS vs Apache)?

We currently have a Windows web server. It's running Apache and PHP as a module. The server itself is a beast but PHP performs poorly in a Windows environment when installed as an Apache module and ...
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error when using nginx and php-cgi on Windows: No input file specified

I get the above error when using nginx and php-cgi on Windows. This is my nginx configuration: worker_processes 1; events { worker_connections 1024; } http { include mime.types; default_type ...
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Nginx on Windows offering to download PHP pages

I have Nginx and PHP 5.3.5 running on my at Windows PC at work (I don't have administrator rights). Serving static content works as expected, but when using FastCGI with PHP Nginx serves the PHP page ...
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Should I Use PHP as FastCGI?

I am running an Apache webserver on my Windows machine. It is not generally a public server (most of the little bit of traffic comes from the machine itself, and most of the public traffic comes from ...