Just in case anyone is having the same issue I had with PHP scripts
running from the command line stopping on them, I discovered my
I was connecting to the linux server via SSH client remotely. I'd log
into a bash shell, CD over to the directory and run my script in the
background like -- "php script.php &" (the & is to run as a background
The problem: I'm embarrassed to say that the problem was whenever my
SSH client disconnected or timed out it killed the process I had
running in that session. Don't know why it took me so long to connect
those easy dots.
The solution: Log into your system like normal then open another bash
session inside your session (bash). Then execute your script and exit
out of the extra session (exit).
On Jan 15, 11:17 am, GeorgeMedia <georgeme...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm looking for a solid PHP library to access the gardenhose and just
> wondering if anyone is successfully implementing this using phirehose.
> It seems to be the only one out there...
> This fairly dated code seems to work for random periods of time then