Php under fastcgi

Problem: I need to run regular php scripts under FastCGI, saving on
the overhead of fopen’ing and reading in the contents before executing
each time. Therefore, in theory I guess you’d put a FastCgiServer
directive in your httpd.conf, and direct it to some sort of app (could
be written in C or anything) that loads and keeps in memory all your
php files from your site, and runs their contents when a url request
comes in for that file. Does such an app exist?

[email protected] wrote:

Problem: I need to run regular php scripts under FastCGI, saving on
the overhead of fopen’ing and reading in the contents before executing
each time. Therefore, in theory I guess you’d put a FastCgiServer
directive in your httpd.conf, and direct it to some sort of app (could
be written in C or anything) that loads and keeps in memory all your
php files from your site, and runs their contents when a url request
comes in for that file. Does such an app exist?

Take a look at http://fastcgi.coremail.cn/configuration.htm

Dan

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