What is FastCGI protocol?
FastCGI is a programming interface that can speed up Web applications that use the most popular way to have the Web server call an application, the common gateway interface (CGI).
What is FastCGI Apache?
FastCGI is a language independent, scalable, open extension to CGI that provides high performance and persistence without the limitations of server specific APIs. FastCGI applications are not limited to a particular development language (the protocol is open).
How do I set up FastCGI?
Enable FastCGI Support
- Add the CGI role service by going to Server Manager > Roles > Add Role Services.
- Under Application Development, select the CGI check box.
- Confirm the selections on the Confirm Installation Selection page, and then click Install.
- The Installation Results page shows that the installation succeeded.
How do I enable FastCGI?
Add the CGI role service by going to Server Manager > Roles > Add Role Services. Under Application Development, select the CGI check box. This enables both the CGI and FastCGI services (selecting CGI enables both CGI and FastCGI).
How do I install a FastCGI module?
What is FastCGI buffer?
fastcgi_buffer_size is a special buffer space used to hold the very first part of the FastCGI response, which is going to be the HTTP response header. You shouldn’t need to adjust this – even if Nginx defaults to a small page size of 4KB (your platform will determine if 4/8k ) it should fit your typical HTTP header.
What is FastCGI in IIS?
Introduction. Internet Information Services 7 (IIS 7) and above comes with extended support for application frameworks through FastCGI, an open protocol supported by many open-source application frameworks that otherwise may not support stable and high-performance native integration with IIS.
What is FastCGI Nginx?
FastCGI is a protocol based on the earlier CGI, or common gateway interface, protocol meant to improve performance by not running each request as a separate process. It is used to efficiently interface with a server that processes requests for dynamic content.