Strange capistrano problem

When trying to start ferret with capistrano, I keep getting this:

$ cap services:ferret:stop
domain [redken.digitalpulp.com] :
user [john] :

Running the same command manually on the server, it is successful. I
have tried both as a regular user and as root.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
John

On Jan 25, 2008, at 4:35 PM, John B. wrote:

When trying to start ferret with capistrano, I keep getting this:

*** [err :: redken.digitalpulp.com] no such file to load – /bin/…/
config/environment

Running the same command manually on the server, it is successful.
I have tried both as a regular user and as root.

More info-- here is the relevant code, in lib/server_manager.rb

ENV[‘FERRET_USE_LOCAL_INDEX’] = ‘true’
ENV[‘RAILS_ENV’] = $ferret_server_options[‘environment’]
#require(File.join(File.dirname(FILE), ‘…/…/…/…/config/
environment’))
require(File.join(File.dirname(ENV[’_’]), ‘…/config/environment’))
require ‘acts_as_ferret’
ActsAsFerret::Remote::Server.new.send($ferret_server_action)

so, it seems that in some contexts, ENV[’_’] is coming up with /bin/.

Thanks,
John

On Jan 25, 2008, at 4:53 PM, John B. wrote:

so, it seems that in some contexts, ENV[’_’] is coming up with /bin/.
I just noticed that trunk has more sophisticated logic here:

#require(File.join(File.dirname(FILE), ‘…/…/…/…/config/
environment’))
if $ferret_server_options[‘root’]
require File.join($ferret_server_options[‘root’], ‘config’,
‘environment’)
else
require(File.join(File.dirname(ENV[’_’]), ‘…/config/environment’))
end

Jens-- how stable is trunk? Do you anticipate a point release any
time soon?

Thanks!
John

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