Using JRuby on Rails with GF V2 on Windows... sharing some of my experiences


#1
Hi all,

I just wanted to share some things we found over the last few months working with JRuby on Rails on Glassfish V2 UR 2 on a Windows 2k3 platform.  In fact I added this information to the JRuby wiki so instead of posting it all here I thought I'd post the link to it.

http://wiki.jruby.org/wiki/JRuby_on_Rails_in_GlassFish#V2_On_Windows

I'm not sure that's the "right" place for it so if any of the powers that be have a better place for it.  Let me know and I'll move it.

Overall we've been seeing some good performance numbers on our windows servers.  I think the NIO stuff for GF really let's you ramp up to heavy load.
We've run our tests on both GF and Tomcat and GF seems to outperform Tomcat 2:1. 
However, with GF v2 we had to overcome more issues getting things up and running.

I hope people find this information useful

Thanks!
Jay

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Jay McGaffigan said:

instead of posting it all here I thought I’d post the link to it.

Tomcat 2:1. 
However, with GF v2 we had to overcome more
issues getting things up and running.


I hope people find this information useful


Thanks!

Jay

Would you mind switching off HTML, please. Thanks.


Best,
Marc


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Sorry about that.

Would you mind switching off HTML, please. Thanks.


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#4

Thanks Jay!

http://kenai.com/projects/jruby/pages/JRubyOnRailsInGlassFish#V2_On_Windows
is a great summary.

GlassFish Enterprise Manager can help in tuning, more details at:

http://www.sun.com/software/products/appsrvr/features_glassfish.xml

Colon issue may be related to:

https://glassfish.dev.java.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=5027

-Arun

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