Hey All, I was curious how I can control the default mongrel configuration when it is run through the use of 'script/server'. Is there a way to edit possibly a default .conf file? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Regards, Tim
on 2008-07-14 05:07
on 2008-07-14 16:10
you can run the mongrel_rails command and then run tail, here are the options for mongrel_rails: b@B trunk |mongrel_rails start -h Usage: mongrel_rails <command> [options] -e, --environment ENV Rails environment to run as -d, --daemonize Run daemonized in the background -p, --port PORT Which port to bind to -a, --address ADDR Address to bind to -l, --log FILE Where to write log messages -P, --pid FILE Where to write the PID -n, --num-processors INT Number of processors active before clients denied -o, --timeout TIME Time to wait (in seconds) before killing a stalled thread -t, --throttle TIME Time to pause (in hundredths of a second) between accepting clients -m, --mime PATH A YAML file that lists additional MIME types -c, --chdir PATH Change to dir before starting (will be expanded) -r, --root PATH Set the document root (default 'public') -B, --debug Enable debugging mode -C, --config PATH Use a config file -S, --script PATH Load the given file as an extra config script -G, --generate PATH Generate a config file for use with -C --user USER User to run as --group GROUP Group to run as --prefix PATH URL prefix for Rails app -h, --help Show this message --version Show version something like this: mongrel_rail start && tail -f log/development.log is like the script/server command... hope that helps...