Recently I want to start nginx server as a windows service. But it is not windows service itself. Some solutions use srvany.exe from Microsoft. Yes it works. But if you want start PHP as server as same time, srvany can't do it.
So I write my srvany, it is sFany here.
sFany [option] Options: -v View services list -i Install service -u Uninstall service -k Kill/stop service -s Start service
sFany use ini configuaration file like this:
[Service] Name=sFany server1 = path_to\server1.exe -c command line server2 = path_to\server2.exe -c command line ......
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