Apache requirements

Must Apache be compiled with mod_fcgi to run Rails ?

Stuart


Stuart Fellowes wrote:

Must Apache be compiled with mod_fcgi to run Rails ?

Stuart

Hi Stuart,

there are several ways to run Rails applications. If you want to use
Apache, you need the fcgi module. If you have the book “Agile Web
Development with Ruby on Rails”, see the section “Deployment and
Scaling” for more information.

Regards,
Robert

On 10/20/06, Robert S. [email protected] wrote:

Apache, you need the fcgi module. If you have the book “Agile Web
Development with Ruby on Rails”, see the section “Deployment and
Scaling” for more information.

Regards,
Robert

Well I was about to switch hosts, because current didn’t offer Rails.
But
the reply to cancel
said they are now offering Rails, I’ll be the first. They said it was
an
CPanel addon.
At this point they have no clue how I should install, and I have some
idea
but not sure what they
need to do on their end.

Stuart

On 10/20/06, Andrew S. [email protected] wrote:

Nope, you can use Mongrel or just cgi. There are a few ways and right now
Apache 2.2 with mod_proxy_balancer and Mongrel seem to be the “winning”
solution.

At least, that’s the last I’ve heard.


Andrew S.

Any blogs or tutorials around about doing it with mod_proxy_balancer
and
Mongrel ?
Additionally, when I upload my app I’ll be using the Mongrel included in
my
distribution (which is edge v. something )

Stuart

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_ambient

Any blogs or tutorials around about doing it with mod_proxy_balancer and
Mongrel ?
Additionally, when I upload my app I’ll be using the Mongrel included in my
distribution (which is edge v. something )

http://mongrel.rubyforge.org/docs/apache.html
http://groups.google.com/group/rubyonrails-talk/msg/99b36051504f783f

On 10/20/06, Dark A. [email protected] wrote:

Must Apache be compiled with mod_fcgi to run Rails ?

Nope, you can use Mongrel or just cgi. There are a few ways and right
now
Apache 2.2 with mod_proxy_balancer and Mongrel seem to be the “winning”
solution.

At least, that’s the last I’ve heard.


Andrew S.

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