Hi All, I am not sure but somehow something feels wrong . When I try to do "rails s" "rake migrate" "rake db:migrate" "rake spec" or anything else it takes around 10-15 mins . Is the same happening with someone else ? Configuration ruby - 1.9.3 windows rails - 3.2.3 bundler - 1.1.3 OS -windows server - Webrick, thin , mongrel SOS -- Regards, Piyush R. Gupta s : mba.piyushgupta e : email@example.com b : blog.thebrainpoint.com w : www.thebrainpoint.com a : http://about.me/mbapiyush
on 2012-06-15 08:07
on 2012-06-16 13:03
OK, if you have a slow internet connection, rails s will take a long time (as bundler will run and check the internet for nay dependencies). Since you say almost everything is slow, have you checked if your system is fast? Any malware or something?
on 2012-06-16 16:51
Are you using solr?, I has same problem when i was running server without indexing. If is this case. Firstly reindex then go ahead.
on 2012-06-16 16:57
>> On Friday, June 15, 2012 11:35:33 AM UTC+5:30, Piyush Rajesh Gupta wrote: >>> or anything else >>> server - Webrick, thin , mongrel >>> a : http://about.me/mbapiyush >>> >> In the beginning I though that windows itself was a problem, because I started with rails in windows and it took too much time to start, but now that bundle is mentioned I'm not sure if the problem is windows or bundler. Now I'm using ubuntu and it starts in a decent amount of time Maybe here you can get some help https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum... Javier Q
on 2013-08-26 13:16
Problem was my gemfile Piyush Gupta wrote in post #1064693: > Hi All, > > I am not sure but somehow something feels wrong . > When I try to do > > "rails s" > "rake migrate" > "rake db:migrate" > "rake spec" > or anything else >