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Does anybody know whether it is possible to run Apache 32 bit but other
applications like MySql (64 bit) and PHP (64 bit)? If so any problems I
should be aware of when mixing the two types?

Thanks.



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  • Mark Montague at Jun 19, 2012 at 12:35 am

    On June 18, 2012 20:27 , Good Guy wrote:
    Does anybody know whether it is possible to run Apache 32 bit but other
    applications like MySql (64 bit) and PHP (64 bit)? If so any problems I
    should be aware of when mixing the two types?
    You can do this as long as you don't try to mix 32-bit and 64-bit inside
    Apache HTTP Server via modules. For example, if you want to use
    mod_php, mod_php and httpd must both be 32-bit or must both be 64-bit.
    However, you can have httpd be 32-bit and use 64-bit PHP via FastCGI
    (e.g., PHP-FPM or similar).

    Using 64-bit MySQL from 32-bit httpd is no problem.

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  • Good Guy at Jun 19, 2012 at 2:08 am

    Mark Montague wrote:
    On June 18, 2012 20:27 , Good Guy wrote:
    Does anybody know whether it is possible to run Apache 32 bit but other
    applications like MySql (64 bit) and PHP (64 bit)? If so any problems I
    should be aware of when mixing the two types?
    You can do this as long as you don't try to mix 32-bit and 64-bit inside
    Apache HTTP Server via modules. For example, if you want to use
    mod_php, mod_php and httpd must both be 32-bit or must both be 64-bit.
    However, you can have httpd be 32-bit and use 64-bit PHP via FastCGI
    (e.g., PHP-FPM or similar).

    Using 64-bit MySQL from 32-bit httpd is no problem.

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    mark@catseye.org
    OK thanks. I should now setup a test server and see what happens. I
    was getting some php errors so I thought it is because of running 32bit
    httpd with 64bit php and 64 bit mysql.

    Speak with you later.


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