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(Trying to) Running PHP 184.108.40.206 with IIS7 and Vista 64 Ultimate
Last post Jan 26, 2007 09:21 AM by cgalusha
Jan 16, 2007 05:38 PM|cgalusha|LINK
I have followed the instructions found on several sites to manually install and configure PHP 220.127.116.11 with Vista and IIS7. However, I am running the 64-bit version of Vista and wonder if that is causing the problem I am facing?
I am receiving an HTTP 500.0 error and when viewing the trace file I find the following information:
Details: ModuleName="IsapiModule", Notification="EXECUTE_REQUEST_HANDLER", HttpStatus="500", HttpReason="Internal Server Error", HttpSubStatus="0", ErrorCode="%1 is not a valid Win32 application. (0x800700c1)", ConfigExceptionInfo=""
Any thoughts? I am new to 64-bit systems and am finding that interoperability with 32-bit files is a bit of a pain and wonder if this is contributing to my pain!??!?
Thanks for your help,
Jan 18, 2007 12:13 AM|chrisad|LINK
Are you using the community version of FastCGI or the Tech Preview FastCGI for PHP from Microsoft? I am just curious as this is important -
Have you reviewed IIS.NET's
FastCGI (and PHP) information?
I ask becuase I was told today that there was some known issues with WoW64 with the community version of FastCGI.
Jan 24, 2007 10:36 PM|cgalusha|LINK
Thanks for your quick reply - sorry for my slow response back.
No, I am not using FastCGI - I configured PHP as an ISAPI extension, and in fact do not have CGI enabled on IIS. So, two questions I guess...(1) should I enable CGI? and (2) should I use the FastCGI approach given the issues you mention above.
By the way, I used
Bill Staples' blog to configure PHP as ISAPI.
Jan 25, 2007 02:35 PM|bills|LINK
Hi Chris -
You can use ISAPI or FastCGI - both should work (although we think FastCGI is the best way to run PHP going forward).
Your issue is unrelated to either. You are running 64bit, and both the ISAPI and FastCGI preview we have are 32bit.
To fix this issue, you need to make the AppPool as 32bit. Go into the IIS Admin tool, browse to your application Pool and click on "Advanced Settings". Set the "Enable 32-bit applications" flag to "TRUE". That should fix it.
Jan 26, 2007 09:21 AM|cgalusha|LINK
Oh my gosh, what an easy fix, although I had no clue at all that was required!
Bill and Chris, thanks so much to both of you for getting PHP running on my machine - it works like a champ now. I'll read up some more on FastCGI, as well as WOW64 operability, and look at switching to that. In the meantime, thank goodness it's working!!!