Stranded PHP processes and ProcessExplorer

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Does anyone know what it means if I see PHP processes in the process
tree at the base level, instead of under the IIS worker process?

I do nothing but web serving off of the box.

These processes that are not under the IIS worker process seem to be
stranded/hung. They are never cleaned up by any garbage collection and
I have to kill them manually. They also always have a fairly low memory
usage, potentially indicating that they fail before loading completely.

Could it be that the execution of the process fails early enough that
ProcessExplorer doesn't see them as being executed by IIS?

I've been running around in circles as to what is causing these
stranded processes. Any sugestions are greatly appreciated.


Re: Stranded PHP processes and ProcessExplorer

Joshua Ruppert wrote:
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Haven't you gotten enough help on this in your other thread?  If  
necessary you should change the subject on the thread instead of  
starting an entire new thread (and losing all the good info in the  
original thread).

Looked like you were actually making some progress with Chung's help.

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Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.

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