[OT-ish] Rails, Mongrel and apache


#1

This is kind of off topic. I want to put my fancy rails app (myapp) as
a subdirectory on my os x server. so my osx server works fine right now
as www.mydomain.com. How do I tell apache (1.3 i think) to proxy web
requests for a subdirectory /myapp to localhost:3000 where I have
mongrel running (Jed, you rock)?

I googled, but I don’t know the right words to use, so I’m not getting
far. I know mod_proxy comes in to play some where. That’s as far as I
can get.

clueless in Denver,

Brian


#2

read http://manuals.textdrive.com/read/book/9 and replace lighttpd with
mongrel…

On Saturday, February 25, 2006, at 8:05 PM, Brian wrote:

clueless in Denver,

Brian


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#3

In addition to Mikkel’s information you can read a little write-up I did
with how to do a small cluster based on lighttpd and Mongrel:

http://mongrel.rubyforge.org/docs/lighttpd.html

OT: Someone told me that Apache can’t do mod_proxy to a group of
servers.
Is this actually true?

Zed A. Shaw

(P.S. 'Z’ed not 'J’ed, but yeah they both sound hick.)


#4

'Z’ed said:

(P.S. 'Z’ed not 'J’ed, but yeah they both sound hick.)

Thanks for the info, and for Mongrel itself. As a “brian” who has been
called “Kevin” all his life, I should have done better (especially since
I’ve been to your site a hundred times over the last week)

Sorry for the gsub. And Mongrel really does rock.

Brian


#5

On Sat, 2006-02-25 at 19:25 -0500, Zed S. wrote:

(P.S. 'Z’ed not 'J’ed, but yeah they both sound hick.)


as in…“Zed’s dead, honey”

:wink:

Craig


#6

Zed S. removed_email_address@domain.invalid writes:

(P.S. 'Z’ed not 'J’ed, but yeah they both sound hick.)

“Whose web server is this?”

“It’s a web application server, baby.”

“Whose web application server is this?”

“It’s Zed’s.”

Steve

(http://imdb.com/title/tt0110912/quotes)


#7

On Mon, 2006-02-27 at 15:35 -0800, Steven L. wrote:

Zed S. removed_email_address@domain.invalid writes:

(P.S. 'Z’ed not 'J’ed, but yeah they both sound hick.)

“Whose web server is this?”

“It’s a web application server, baby.”

“Whose web application server is this?”

“It’s Zed’s.”


"Who is Zed?"

“Zed’s dead, baby”

Craig