Best web server for my situation

Hello all,
I’m developing web sites for a couple of people and I’m going to
eventually be taking the plunge into using RoR instead of ASP.NET.
During this move I’m also switching to Linux using Ubuntu. What
webserver would be the best choice for running multiple (test, not live)
ruby web apps on a single box with a single external IP address?
Previously, I used IIS and would expose the test website to the client
with something like the following:

GantComputers.dyndns.org/clientname

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks,
Will


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On Sep 23, 2006, at 7:11 PM, Will G. wrote:

Does anyone have any suggestions?
Many would work, and I know for a fact that Apache proxying to 1 or
more mongrels per application would work wonderfully.

Litespeed would be a good choice here too, I think.


– Tom M.

Not to sound like a total noob, but what the heck is a mongrel?

Tom M. [email protected] wrote:
On Sep 23, 2006, at 7:11 PM, Will G. wrote:

Does anyone have any suggestions?
Many would work, and I know for a fact that Apache proxying to 1 or
more mongrels per application would work wonderfully.

Litespeed would be a good choice here too, I think.


– Tom M.


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On Sep 24, 2006, at 12:02 AM, Will G. wrote:

Not to sound like a total noob, but what the heck is a mongrel?

A server for ruby web applications
http://mongrel.rubyforge.org/

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