I'm developing an app in PHP whereby I need to run simulataneous routines at
once, but have some sort of control on how many instances of the childs will
be spawned and died before another batch is started.

Basically, I'm thinking of using a for loop that loops. Let's say I have 20
loops that I need todo, but loop through and executing a system() 5 loops
then wait for 15s which should give it enough time for the script in the
system() to finish up and die. Then loop the next batch of 5 and so on.

I'm wondering whether this would work or not. Also, I'm wondering whether
there is a way todo this, similar to the forking in PERL. Any help would be

Jonathan Chum

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