问题描述:

I have a php script that uses exec() function to execute curl to download file. The file is about 600mb. So when I acess the php file on a browser, browsers shows me 'waiting for response' message.

How do I avoid that?

my php source is

$a = exec("curl 'http://lab.test.com/test/test/down.php?c=23212' -o 'test.avi'");

网友答案:

For a Linux host, you should only need to add & to the end of your exec() call:

$a = exec("curl 'http://lab.test.com/test/test/down.php?c=23212' -o 'test.avi' &");

It's a little more complex for Windows:

$WshShell = new COM("WScript.Shell");
$a = $WshShell->Run("curl 'http://lab.test.com/test/test/down.php?c=23212' -o 'test.avi'", 0, false);
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