What is the appserver for production that works best with Rails3?

Hi all,

In development I used webrick, but I suppose I don’t want to use that
in production. With rails2 I would use mongrel or thin. But as far as
I know, mongrel is no longer developed? So are we left to thin these
days? Does thin plays nicely with Rails3? What is your latest
experience on this?

Thank you very much for the insights.


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On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 6:29 PM, Joshua P.
[email protected] wrote:

Hi all,

In development I used webrick, but I suppose I don’t want to use that
in production. With rails2 I would use mongrel or thin. But as far as
I know, mongrel is no longer developed? So are we left to thin these
days? Does thin plays nicely with Rails3? What is your latest
experience on this?

Thank you very much for the insights.

For production I’d use Passenger (a.k.a. modrails) with Ruby 1.9.
Should work fine with Rails3 since it drives the rack interface.


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On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 4:45 PM, Rick DeNatale
[email protected]wrote:

Thank you very much for the insights.

For production I’d use Passenger (a.k.a. modrails) with Ruby 1.9.
Should work fine with Rails3 since it drives the rack interface.

DHH recommends Passenger 2.2.9 if you decide to use it with Rails
3.0.

-Conrad

Cool. Thanks for that. I’ve never heard of it before. I’ll try it this
weekend.

Regards,

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