I’m trying to get mongrel set up under Apache, but first I’d like to
test Mongrel to make sure it is set up correctly (before going through
all the trouble with Apache).
I’ve done the following so far:
- Installed Mongrel
- Set up a Rails site called test
- Added a file called test.config to my /etc/mongrel/sites-enabled/
- Started Mongrel
I then did the following to start Mongrel
sudo /etc/init.d/mongrel start test
And received the following error message:
line 43: /etc/mongrel/sites-enabled/test: No such file or directory
Here are the contents of my /etc/mongrel/sites-enabled/test.config file:
#RAILS_ROOT of your application
#port the first mongrel instance should listen to, additional instances
listen to ports above
#number of instances
#port pen will listen on
Any thoughts? I imagine that it’s probably something simple, but I don’t
know what it is.
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