[FASTCGI] Issue on mod fastcgi 2.4.7 and apache 2.2.11 on win32

antonio cipolletti antonio.cipolletti at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 17:23:11 EST 2009


Hi, i developed a fastcgi win32 exe spanned in 5 process. This system is
working from one year ago.

It is implemented like a normal executable according to fastcgi
specification.

What details do you refer?

 

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From: Octavian RÔsnita [mailto:orasnita at gmail.com] 
Sent: martedý 24 febbraio 2009 14.53
To: antonio cipolletti; fastcgi-developers at mailman.fastcgi.com
Subject: Re: [FASTCGI] Issue on mod fastcgi 2.4.7 and apache 2.2.11 on win32

 

Hi,

 

Are there somewhere details about how to make fastcgi work on Win32?

 

Can fastcgi run an external program under Win32?

 

Thanks.

 

Octavian

----- Original Message ----- 

From: antonio <mailto:antonio.cipolletti at gmail.com>  cipolletti 

To: fastcgi-developers at mailman.fastcgi.com 

Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2009 2:50 PM

Subject: [FASTCGI] Issue on mod fastcgi 2.4.7 and apache 2.2.11 on win32

 

HI, my fastcgi application is working fine on win32 apache 2.2.8.

I must migrate to apache 2.2.11 win32, I know there is an incompabtibility
with the new apr 1.3.3, so i rebuild the mod fastcgi snapshot
mod_fastcgi-SNAP-0811090952,

and I recompiled my application with the new library required for 2.2.11 and
mod_fastcgi-SNAP-0811090952.

 

When I try to start apache there are following erros

 

[Tue Feb 24 13:41:04 2009] [crit] (OS 123)The filename, directory name, or
volume label syntax is incorrect.  : FastCGI: can't exec server
"C:/tlx/MTF/FCGI/FCGI/ReqHandler/ReqHandler/req/Release/req.exe",
CreateNamedPipe() failed

[Tue Feb 24 13:41:04 2009] [crit] (OS 123)The filename, directory name, or
volume label syntax is incorrect.  : FastCGI: can't start server
"C:/tlx/MTF/FCGI/FCGI/ReqHandler/ReqHandler/req/Release/req.exe":
spawn_fs_process() failed

 

the directive on http.conf is following

FastCgiServer C:/tlx/MTF/FCGI/FCGI/ReqHandler/ReqHandler/req/Release/req.exe
-processes 2 

 

Anyone can help me to understand the problem ?

 

Many Thanks in advance.

 

Antonio Cipolletti

 


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