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  1. #1
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    PHP on IIS got messed up

    I had both php CGI and ISAPI module working. I thought I would try the fastcgi, and followed the instructions on this page http://phplens.com/phpeverywhere/fastcgi-php to install. It didn't work.

    Now, the php.exe CGI won't work either. It just doesn't respond. TaskManager shows a php.exe got created everytime I do a refresh. I have removed fastcgi and its registry entries.

    the ISAPI module still works, but I would feel much more comfortable with php.exe.

    Help!

  2. #2
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    The ISAPI module is a better bet. No point having cgi and ISAPI versions of PHP.
    Chris at TDMWeb.com
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  3. #3
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    Some people have problems with PHP with ISAPI. This server is not live yet. I don't want to go live without the ability to change it back to CGI.

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    I found it

    Well, this is the strangest thing I have ever seen, due to the inconsistancy of PHP.exe.

    Like I said, both CGI php.exe and ISAPI worked fine. Then php.exe stopped working.

    Eventually, I found TWO problems. First, I had an extension which was not installed correctly, so the extension dll didn't load. Second, my cgi_force_redirect was ON, and it needs to be OFF on Windows.

    The problem is, php.exe worked with those two problems before, so I thought everything was working! I have to say the behavior of php.exe is puzzling.

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