[erlang-questions] Serve PHP/Python scripts behind Erlang
Mon Mar 13 19:15:34 CET 2017
On 03/13/2017 10:47 AM, Frank Muller wrote:
> Thanks Loïc, that was the first lib I found. But it seems to be outdated.
> I'll will dig into the FastCGI spec soon.
> Anyone else?
If you are using PHP and/or Python code as services that are always running for the sake of efficiency and you want to maximize throughput (avoiding an Erlang port of cnode being a bottleneck), CloudI can provide service messaging and be an application server for the PHP/Python with Erlang. The cloudi_service_http_cowboy and cloudi_service_http_elli provide integration for making HTTP requests CloudI service requests. There is some justification at http://cloudi.org/faq.html#4_Erlang and examples at http://cloudi.org/tutorials.html#cloudi_examples .
> <essen@REDACTED <mailto:essen@REDACTED>>
> The typical setup uses fastcgi: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FastCGI
> There was an early attempt by Anthony at
> https://github.com/extend/ex_fcgi - not sure how much of it still works,
> but probably worth salvaging.
> On 03/13/2017 06:09 PM, Frank Muller wrote:
> > Hi guys
> > What’s the most efficient way to run PHP (Python) scripts behind Erlang?
> > I would like to receive HTTP requests in Cowboy and forward them to a
> > PHP/Python backend.
> > Get the response back from the backend and forward it to the client.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > /Frank
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