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Hi!

When we are generating a report (PDF) on a cake php web application, the application stalls the time of the report being build.  So, each time a report is generated, the application become unavailable.

Any idea?

XAMPP Control Panel V3.2.1
Cake 2.5.1

Thanks!
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apache's process is called httpd.exe
http.exe must be some backdoor that e.g. mines bitcoins at your peril
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Sorry, it's httpd.exe
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You can expel PHP from apache process
e.g. http://php-fpm.org/
I am not a windows expert to help with details. official doc also unix only.
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