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From what I understand, FPM isn't currently available for the Windows port of
PHP due to it's dependency on libevent. I'm logging this feature request as
having FPM available on Windows would be a great boost, especially with the
recent release of Apache 2.4, containing a new mod_proxy_fcgi module for its
If libevent doesn't provide enough cross-platform support to be suitable for the
task, perhaps other libraries could be considered to power FPM. For example,
Microsoft have worked with nodejs to help produce "libuv" which they call a
"BSD-licensed, minimal, high-performance, cross-platform networking library".
It appears to put a lot of effort into Windows networking and then taking
advantage of the libev and libeio libraries for supporting other operating
Some developers have already started trying to make use of libuv in PHP...
Unable to test, no FPM support exists for Windows.
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it is not due to libevent, libevent (or similar libs, or using native APIs) are
available on Windows.
The problem is the core design of FPM, which is based on fork(), which is not
available and can't be emulated in a good way on windows.