ur... you mean use this in the php script? but the php-cgi still doesn't know which scriptfile to execute, isn't it?
php-cgi tries to find the aimed script using SCRIPT_FILENAME, but this variable is changed by the mod_proxy_fcgi, so php-cgi can not find the real scriptfile, that's the point, I think. Or maybe there is something I misunderstand? On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 9:19 PM, Nathan Rixham <nrix...@gmail.com> wrote: > Dong Wang wrote: > > I am trying to use PHP as backend, which communicate with apache-2.3's > > mod_proxy_fcgi > > > > But I have noticed that the SCRIPT_FILENAME has been changed to > > "proxy:balancer://xxxxxx", it cann't be recognized by the remote PHP > > backend. So the request failed. > > In my opinion, the remote PHP backend use the SCRIPT_FILENAME to find the > > script file. But the PHP and the Apache may be in different computer, so > the > > Document Root may be different. is that means the PHP shouldn't rely on > the > > SCRIPT_FILENAME? > > > > how can I configure the PHP to know the real script file to execute? > > > > Thank you > > > > > $real_script_file = __FILE__; >