For some reason, SCGI and Webrick both have problems when I use a require statement for a .rb I have in my project's lib/ Refreshing the page changes the error and it says it can't find my routes.rb, even though it spits out a directory structure that should lead it right there. No such file to load -- ./config/../config/routes.rb RAILS_ROOT: ./config/.. FastCGI and CGI both run fine. I tried SCGI both by installing it by hand and using Instant Rails. (I am on win32) Both end up the same. Has anyone seen this before? I'd like to more my development to SCGI as for some reason FastCGI errors out in a few requests on this box. (The same setup works just fine on my second laptop *sigh*) Thanks, Paul
on 2005-12-01 23:20
on 2005-12-04 19:47
I get weird errors like this with scgi sometimes. Killing scgi seems to make it go away. Make sure scgi has actually stopped by inspecting your process list. Quite often "scgi_ctl stop" or restart doesn't actually stop it.