Service Temporarily Unavailable's problem

Now my rails application always appear ‘Service Temporarily Unavailable’
the problem below after changing routes.rb. Pls help! Thanks

My environment is Apache2, Fcgid, Ubuntu, mod-fcgid

"Service Temporarily Unavailable

The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to
maintenance downtime or capacity problems."

And apache blog show the info…be not certain that it cause ‘Service
Temporarily Unavailable’

[notice] mod_fcgid: too much …/public/dispatch.fcgi process(current:3,
max:3), skip the spawn request

Wayne wrote:

Now my rails application always appear ‘Service Temporarily Unavailable’
the problem below after changing routes.rb. Pls help! Thanks

My environment is Apache2, Fcgid, Ubuntu, mod-fcgid

"Service Temporarily Unavailable

The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to
maintenance downtime or capacity problems."

Who can help to resolve the problem? Now the web application is
holding…Thanks
a lot!!!

Wayne wrote on 19.10.2006 19:41:

Who can help to resolve the problem? Now the web application is
holding…Thanks
a lot!!!

[notice] mod_fcgid: too much …/public/dispatch.fcgi process(current:3,
max:3), skip the spawn request

Read this :wink:

Your apache fcgi is limited to a maximum of 3 parallel processes. These
are used at the moment and so no new forks are possible for handling a
4th Rails dispatcher.
Do some apache configuration…

Thanks a lot! But Where I can ajust apache fcgi parameter?

Markus K. wrote:

Wayne wrote on 19.10.2006 19:41:

Who can help to resolve the problem? Now the web application is
holding…Thanks
a lot!!!

[notice] mod_fcgid: too much …/public/dispatch.fcgi process(current:3,
max:3), skip the spawn request

Read this :wink:

Your apache fcgi is limited to a maximum of 3 parallel processes. These
are used at the moment and so no new forks are possible for handling a
4th Rails dispatcher.
Do some apache configuration…

Wayne wrote on 19.10.2006 21:01:

Thanks a lot! But Where I can ajust apache fcgi parameter?

http://www.ask.com/web?q=mod_fcgid
http://fastcgi.coremail.cn/doc.htm

Have a look at ProcessCount options.

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