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    PHp on Windows: IIS vs Apache!

    Hello

    the It Officer of the client that i am working for presently has decided that we will migrate the application i am develloping for them on Windows.

    I would like to know performance wise which is the best solution to handle an application that will not have a high traffic since only 200 users are supposed to have access to it.

    So is it apache or IIS that makes PHP works better on windows 2003 server.


    Thank you in advance
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    I didn't use IIS, so i can't say any thing about it with PHP. But i can say, that PHP works better with Apache. Apache is much stronger candidate than IIS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmarif4u View Post
    I didn't use IIS, so i can't say any thing about it with PHP. But i can say, that PHP works better with Apache. Apache is much stronger candidate than IIS.
    Thank you for your answer...
    But have you had any experience with A.M.P. working on Windows in production?
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    Not much, but i used it for a little time for production some years ago. And then i switch everything to Linux. But i can assure you about Apache/PHP combination, that its the best. More efficient, more reliable, more fast, more configurable etc etc.


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