ID: 14882
Comment by: epohs at blurryphoto dot com
Reported By: carlosi at bellatlantic dot net
Status: No Feedback
Bug Type: IIS related
Operating System: Windows 2000
PHP Version: 4.1.1
New Comment:

is the official answer to this apparent bug, 'just use the cgi
extension instead'?

Previous Comments:

[2002-10-28 13:17:16] bdbourn at qualityonewoodwork dot com

PHP Version 4.2.3 + IIS 5/Win2k Server SP 3

Exact same symptoms. Please email me if someone has a solution.


[2002-07-07 01:00:06] php-bugs at lists dot php dot net

No feedback was provided for this bug for over a month, so it is
being suspended automatically. If you are able to provide the
information that was originally requested, please do so and change
the status of the bug back to "Open".


[2002-06-03 12:23:54] [email][/email]

Please try a newever version and also see if the CGI works better for


[2002-01-06 00:09:27] carlosi at bellatlantic dot net

I just noticed that if you also install the php4isapi.dll as an ISAPI
Filter then the problem disappears....

What I mean is I installed the ISAPI version of PHP under:

Home directory, settings, etc....

and the ISAPI Filter under the ISAPI Filters Tab.


[2002-01-05 23:45:49] carlosi at bellatlantic dot net

The problem only appears when running under Windows 2000 and IIS5. I
tried the same configuration with Windows NT with no problems. The
problem appears even when no extensions are loaded.

After running a PHP script using the ISAPI PHP dll almost all ASPs
start generating "Internal Server Error messages (500)". I checked the
logs and the Event viewer and couldn't come up with anything useful. I
saw this reported by many people in the bug database but no successfull
solution has been found.

PLEASE NOTE that all php scripts continue to work perfectly! therefore
if you are trying to find problems with php you won't! It is only when
you have to have phps and asps running on the same server on a Windows
2000 with IIS5.

As soon as I change to the CGI version (php.exe) the problem disappears
but it is too slow! I need to prove PHP is faster than ASP because I
want to get rid of those ASPs.... in the meantime they have to "live



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