Can someone give links to performance stats or explain which of the two will perform better and why?
I've tried to run PHP x64 with Apache x86 and I have this error :
Cannot load ... php7apache2_4.dll into server: %1 is not a valid Win32 application..
Does it mean that I cannot use PHP x64 (64-bits) with Apache x86 (32-bits) ?
Does anyone have experience setting up Apache 2.4 64bit and ASP.NET 4 or higher on a windows sever, I have setup same in a 32bit Win 2003 server using apache 2.2 and mod_aspdotnet 2.2. I plan to migrate the current system to Win2012 server, 64bit. I would appreciate any tips, guidance, got-you's or suggestions.
I'm aware of the year 2038 problem in PHP because of the 32bit limitation of integer values. I know that i need a 64bit system to make it working.
Well, i've done so, i installed
Apache 2.4.12 Win64 and
PHP Version 5.6.6RC1 - Thread Safe 64bit for windows. I'm also on windows 7 64bit.
And my problem is, strtotime still cannot handle dates higher than year 2038.
Maybe there's a struggle in my head but i can't find the problem. I asking explicitly for
strtotime, i know the solution of
DateTime which is working, but i have old projects that uses lot of
strtotime. Also i cannot get rid of the windows platform, it's just so here in our company :(
var_dump(strtotime("2038-11-01")); // output: bool(false)
Here is my phpinfo output