Hi , I have rails running on my development machine. I have installed mod_ruby and set up the httpd.conf file to add handlers for .rb files. But the speed I get is still slow compared to webrick which is blazingly fast. I have 2 questions 1. How do I determine if mod_ruby is loaded and is being used to run my ruby scripts ? 2. Which of these fcgi /mod_ruby is faster ? Thanks vivek
on 2006-01-03 08:25
on 2006-01-03 09:32
Am Dienstag, den 03.01.2006, 12:24 +0530 schrieb Vivek Krishna: > vivek 1. Don't know, but mod_ruby is no choice if you want a fast responding app, at all. 2. See 1. If you have a Debian System, you may want to follow my quick HowTo to setup Fcgi. http://blog.inlet-media.de/the-perfect-ruby-on-rai...
on 2006-01-03 11:55
Vivek, Not to confuse you but here is another good looking debian way, with apache2 and lighttpd and scgi. (I wrote looking because I want to pursue it myself, but haven't yet). Links about the latter two: http://www.zedshaw.com/projects/scgi_rails/index.html http://brainspl.at/rails_stack.html I'm a hoster and very fond of apache2. Since I use a lot of apache's features I'm not able (and probably willing) to completely replace (read kick out) apache2. The plan is to see how a proxy works. That way rails apps are redirected to an internal higher prot number, and I get to keep apache running as is. An finding you might have are welcome .. :-) Regards, Gerard. On Tuesday 03 January 2006 07:54, Vivek Krishna tried to type something like: > Hi , > I have rails running on my development machine. I have installed mod_ruby > and set up the httpd.conf file to add handlers for .rb files. But the speed > I get is still slow compared to webrick which is blazingly fast. > I have 2 questions > 1. How do I determine if mod_ruby is loaded and is being used to run my > ruby scripts ? > 2. Which of these fcgi /mod_ruby is faster ? > Thanks > vivek -- "Who cares if it doesn't do anything? It was made with our new Triple-Iso-Bifurcated-Krypton-Gate-MOS process ..." My $Grtz =~ Gerard; ~ :wq!