Scgi?

Can nginx interact SCGI processes?

Phillip B Oldham
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Phillip B Oldham ha scritto:

Can nginx interact SCGI processes?

No.
Only FastCGI is supported.

Manlio P.

Are there any plans to support SCGI?

Manlio P. wrote:

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Phillip B Oldham ha scritto:

Are there any plans to support SCGI?

No, as far as I know.

Do you have some specific reasons to use SCGI instead of FastCGI?

Manlio P.

Not really. As I’ve mentioned in another thread, I’m looking at options
to open up a system to the web, and while FastCGI is fine, SCGI would
ease my job a little. No bother, I’ll stick with FastCGI. :slight_smile:

Manlio P. wrote:

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Phillip B Oldham ha scritto:

Not really. As I’ve mentioned in another thread, I’m looking at options
to open up a system to the web, and while FastCGI is fine, SCGI would
ease my job a little. No bother, I’ll stick with FastCGI. :slight_smile:

Well, if some other is interested, I can try to write a SCGI module.
It should not be too hard to implement, and a lot if code is already
written (in the fastcgi module).

Manlio P.

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