On 2/9/06, HH firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It’s my understanding that dispatch.fcgi isn’t runnable from the command
line as it expects the process connecting to it to be speaking in
FCGI-language and you at the command line are not.
FYI, out of my many working FCGI setups, I’ve only ever gotten Error 500
when trying to run it via the command line - I don’t think it is supposed to
Thanks for the feedback. I admit to getting frustrated on this issue.
Note that I’m not complaining about the error 500 at this point. I’m
complaining that dispatch.fcgi in pure standalone mode crashes within
a couple seconds. The troubleshooting reference I read implied it
should at least run until a control-c killed it.
If indeed dispatch.fcgi should not run at all in standalone mode I can
live with that, but when I try to run lighttpd from the command line:
I get nothing for a few seconds then a get a burst of error
messages identical to what I get when I run dispatch.fcgi from the
`const_missing’: uninitialized constant RailsFCGIHandler (NameError)
After that if I do a ps -ef I see a collection of zombies and no live
Something is definately wrong with my setup but I really don’t know
how to troubleshoot the issue.
Can someone simply run dispatch.fcgi from there command line and tell
me what happens on a machine that is functioning fine?
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