Script to spawn php5-cgi to enable Nginx to serve PHP code/pages

Phillip B Oldham phill at
Thu Nov 6 13:39:43 MSK 2008

Mark Alan wrote:
> That seems interesting. I am inclined to give it a try.
> How do you set them up? Are you using Ubuntu or a Debian based Linux?
> Could you post example scripts on how to set up the Unix domain sockets?
`/usr/bin/php-cgi -q -b unix:/tmp/php-fastcgi`

That's all you need. Rather than speficy "ip:port", specify 
> Do you have any pointers to papers or other work about comparative 
> speed testing?


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