On Nov 19, 2005, at 12:43 PM, Jeroen Heijmans wrote:
On 19-nov-2005, at 20:30, Jamis B. wrote:
A few things that commonly bite me in production:
- Are the permissions on the log directory (and log files, if
applicable) such that they can be written to by the appropriate user?
Yes, they are. Also, if I read it correctly, Switchtower should set
It should, yes. But if you’ve tried to run something by hand (like a
migration) before your app ever ran, the log files will be created
with you as the owner, and may not be writable by the web user.
Anyway, you’ve said the permissions are good, so this isn’t the problem.
Are there any files in the log directory?
Yes, the requests show up in the log, but no errors are listed.
Ok. Now for the obvious questions then, just to get them out of the way:
- You’ve verified that the fastcgi processes are indeed running?
- You’ve tried restarting apache?
- You’ve tried killing the fastcgi listeners?
- Do you have any other rails/fastcgi applications on that machine?
Sorry I can’t give more on-target advice. Hard to know what the issue
is without actually sitting down at the machine.