On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 12:12 PM, Tommy Pham <tommy...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 10:52 AM, Curtis Tammany <curtis.tamm...@urs.com>
>> Help!! I am in a Windows environment (XP SP3 for development and Server 2003
>> for production. I have to upgrade to PHP 5.3.6. It does not appear to work
>> with either Apache 2.2.11 or the new 2.2.17 from Apache Lounge. Apache will
>> run by itself but when PHP is installed, it adds:
>> #BEGIN PHP INSTALLER EDITS - REMOVE ONLY ON UNINSTALL
>> PHPIniDir "C:\Program Files\PHP536\"
>> LoadModule php5_module "C:\Program Files\PHP536\php5apache2_2.dll"
>> #END PHP INSTALLER EDITS - REMOVE ONLY ON UNINSTALL
>> Restarting Apache causes the following:
>> httpd.exe - Application Error : The instruction at "0x0096c1bf" referenced
>> memory at "0x100058a8". The memory could not be "written".
>> Thanks in advance,
> IIRC, you can't run VC9 (Visual Studio 2008) binary with VC6 binary
> smoothly, which I believe where you got the official binary
> distributions, PHP and httpd, respectively. Here's the info from .
> There used to be a VC6 binary release for PHP v5.3.3 at
> windows.php.net but I don't see a VC6 build for v5.3 now. Any way,
> since you're using using Windows, why not just run it as FastCGI? It
> runs fine on Win2003 (x86), Win7 x64, Win08 (x86 & x64), and Win08r2.
> Are using a specific Apache module that's why you need to use httpd?
> If so, you could use the (non official) Apache Lounge's binary.
> "The windows binary is build with original sources from ASF (
> http://httpd.apache.org ) and contains the latest patches. It is build
> with the latest Windows® Platform SDK and Visual Studio C++ 2008 aka
> VC9, which have improvements in areas like Performance,
> MemoryManagement and Stability over the .msi binary from the ASF site
> which is build with VC6. LoadRunner (Load Testing Software Suite)
> shows that there are improvements in performance using Apache built
> with VC 2008. That performance gain can be affected by numerous
> factors (use of scripting language such as Perl, PHP, Python, etc…as
> well as the actual scripts themselves). LoadRunner testing does show a
> marked improvement for Apache compiled under VC 2008 in stability
> under rigorous condition.
> Minimum system required: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows
> Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows XPSP3 and Windows Server 2003 R2."
>  http://www.apachelounge.com/download/
argh.. didn't read it well >.> I was typing it while on the phone
:))... Anyway, if you don't need to use any Apache module, then go
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