Anatomy of a Distributed System in PHP

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It looks like you're on the verge of recreating Gearman. Here's the introduction for Gearman:,Sun/MySQL employees Eric Day and Brian Aker gave a tutorial for Gearman at OSCON in July 2009, but their slides mention only Linux packages.,Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search., Can a random forest learn time series correlations?

Sun/MySQL employees Eric Day and Brian Aker gave a tutorial for Gearman at OSCON in July 2009, but their slides mention only Linux packages.

Here's a link to the Perl CPAN Testers project, that indicates that Gearman-Server can be built on Win32 using the Microsoft C compiler (cl.exe), and it passes tests: http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.cpan.testers/2009/10/msg5521569.html But I'd guess you have to download source code and build it yourself.

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I've a problem which is giving me some hard time trying to figure it out the ideal solution and, to better explain it, I'm going to expose my scenario here.,PS: I'm not sure if the title and tags of this question properly reflect my problem and what I'm trying to do; if not please edit accordingly.,I've some doubts regarding the general database design and which technologies to use.,At any given time my clients should be able to log on to the server and check the status of the tasks they ordered.

Sun/MySQL employees Eric Day and Brian Aker gave a tutorial for Gearman at OSCON in July 2009, but their slides mention only Linux packages.

Here's a link to the Perl CPAN Testers project, that indicates that Gearman-Server can be built on Win32 using the Microsoft C compiler (cl.exe), and it passes tests: http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.cpan.testers/2009/10/msg5521569.html But I'd guess you have to download source code and build it yourself.

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At any given time my clients should be able to log on to the server and check the status of the tasks they ordered.,I've some doubts regarding the general database design and which technologies to use.,Use the second argument of strtotime to specify the date to calculate "last Sunday" and other relative dates from:,Originally I thought of using several SQLite databases and joining them all on the server but I can't figure out how I would group by clients to generate the job reports.

I cannot reproduce your issue with a PHP 5.3.3 (PHP 5.3.3-1ubuntu9.3 with Suhosin-Patch (cli)):

$str1 = '?????????';
$str2 = '?????????';
$str3 = '?????????';

var_dump(preg_replace('/?????????/iu', '??????????', $str1));
var_dump(preg_replace('/?????????/iu', '??????????', $str2));
var_dump(preg_replace('/?????????/iu', '??????????', $str3));

outputs

string(20)
"??????????"
string(20)
"??????????"
string(20)
"??????????"

Which PCRE version is your PHP using? Check you phpinfo() for the pcre-section. That's the one on my system:

...
pcre

PCRE(Perl Compatible Regular Expressions) Support => enabled
PCRE Library Version => 8.02 2010 - 03 - 19
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