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  • #31
    Originally posted by Eagle Creek View Post
    Is UPGRADING worth to try?
    Fixed bug #35612 (iis6 Access Violation crash). (Dmitry, alacn.uhahaa)
    See my comment on this other thread:


    • #32
      I want to report that I'm still using Apache 2, but I have upgraded to 5.1.2 as recommended by this thread. It is working much better (thanks!), and 5.1.2 is an improvement over 4.4.4. There are still the momentary crashes that occur a few times per day, but there are fewer of them.

      I tried to upgrade to 5.2.0 again this morning, but I couldn't get it to work with APC enabled, so I went back to 5.1.2 for now.


      • #33
        I had about 7 weeks of relatively stable operation when things started to fall apart again.

        Per these threads:
        I have upgraded/converted to php 5.2.0.

        I'm still running in ISAPI mode.
        Seems fast and efficient.
        Over 8 hours with NO problems.

        I should note that is very strong about folks upgrading from the 5.1 series which they characterize as "obsolete".
        I guess they want to kill a bad seed.

        There is also a Zend/MS fast-cgi implementation out that is supposed to be nice.
        Last edited by Dabbler; Fri 8 Dec '06, 9:27am.


        • #34
          Any updates on your 5.2.x testing. Because of the mentioned issues i have a WAMP instalation on my server just to run one high demand php site.


          • #35
            I personally still can't get 5.2.0 or 5.2.1 to work with APC. It seems to work fine without APC, but not with it.

            I would like to report that adding a slave server for search has solved many of my problems.


            • #36
              I'm running PHP 4.4.1 and am getting this error?

              What should I move to?


              • #37
                Please start your own thread with all the relevant details.
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                • #38
                  Upgraded to PHP 5.2.2

                  Post PHP 5.1, I was unable to upgrade my PHP version in IIS6. I tested the new PHP 5.2.2 and it worked on my Dev box. After that I deployed on my production box. Its working like breeze and occasional Access violation errors of PHP 5.1 have stopped coming now.

                  I will definitely recommend PHP 5.2.2.


                  • #39
                    Thanks for the info avdhesh
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