Script to restart webrick

Enjoy this little script to restart webrick:

#!/bin/sh
pid=$(ps -o pid,command | grep ‘<ruby script/server>’ | awk ‘{print
$1}’)
kill -9 $pid
ruby script/server

Run on prompt by entering: sh scriptname.sh

bala Paranj wrote:

Enjoy this little script to restart webrick:

I do that like this:

def croakServer(server, response)
response.status = 200
response[‘Content-Type’] = “text/html”

response.body = '<html><head><title>Shutting Down</title></head>
                    <body>Shutting down 

MiniWikiRuby…’

server.shutdown()

end

def bounceServer(server, response)
response.status = 200
response[‘Content-Type’] = “text/html”

response.body = '<html><head><title>Bouncing</title></head>
                    <body>Bouncing MiniWikiRuby...</body></html>'

server.shutdown()
launch("ruby miniWiki.rb " + ARGV.join(' '))

end

if 80 != port then
    server.mount_proc '/croak' do |request, response|
        croakServer(server, response)
    end

    server.mount_proc '/bounce' do |request, response|
        bounceServer(server, response)
    end
end

If you mount Webrick on a non-public port, it exposes two “actions”,
croak
and bounce. They croak and bounce, respectively.

From a script, you can simply croak your server with

wget http://localhost:8080/croak

My (non-Rails) tests bounce a lite server when they start, using
Net::HTTP
for the wget role.


Phlip
http://www.greencheese.us/ZeekLand <-- NOT a blog!!!

This forum is not affiliated to the Ruby language, Ruby on Rails framework, nor any Ruby applications discussed here.

| Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Remote Ruby Jobs