[nycphp-talk] IIS a dysfunctional kludge?
lhall at smartronix.com
Thu Jan 14 09:46:49 EST 2010
As long as security and cost aren't issues, IIS is fine. ;)
From: Justin Dearing
Sent: Thu 14-Jan-10 09:43
To: NYPHP Talk
Subject: Re: [nycphp-talk] IIS a dysfunctional kludge?
On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 9:30 AM, tedd <tedd.sperling at gmail.com> wrote:
I have a client who is setting up a server and is going the IIS route. What advice do you guys offer? Should he do it or change to Apache instead?
Its kinda funny, but I am revisiting my "IIS on WIndows DUH" stance the past couple of days after having problems recently.
First of all, what are their requirements? If it put PHP on windows, and not MSSQL server involved, then just install XAMPP. It works. That being said some considerations for PHP on IIS:
Microsoft is recommending a nonthreadsafe compile of PHPanf the FastCGI module. CGI/FastCGI doesn't need thread support, and you get a speed boot by not having the thread checking built in.
If you need MSSQL server, use the microsft supplied driver.
I've had lots of problems with the microsoft web platform installer on windows 7 ultimate. SOAP driver does not seem to work at all. The mssql driver requires msvcrt71.dll which is not distributed with the WPI. The MSIs from windows.php.net seem to work
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