ruby on rails


Ruby on Rails

Following from the first article Ubuntu Hardy - mod_rails installation, we now have passenger (mod_rails) installed.
As such, we can move on and create a Ruby on Rails application and see how easy it is to serve using passenger...
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Phusion's Passenger (mod_rails) is an exciting development in serving your Ruby on Rails application with the Apache web server.
Simple to install and use, you can have a Rails application up and running quickly. You don't have...
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A variety of options are available to the sysadmin when serving Ruby on Rails applications. One of them is thin, a third-party web server to which the main web server connects by  proxy (similar to Mongrel in a general setup)....
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In the Ubuntu Hardy setup article Ubuntu Hardy - Setup we secured, updated and personalised the install ready to add some working software.
We also installed the build-essential package. Now we can go ahead and install Ruby on...
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Following from the Ubuntu - Mongrel and mongrel cluster installation, we can now look at configuring Nginx to proxy to a mongrel cluster so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.
The process is very easy and can simply be...
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There are variety of options open to the sysadmin when serving Ruby applications.
One of the original ways is to use mongrel web server. Requests are proxied to the mongrel(s) from the main web server (Apache, Nginx, etc).
The...
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Following from the Ubuntu Hardy - Thin web server for Ruby article, let's look at creating and configuring Apache to proxy to thin so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.

Contents
1 Prerequisites
2 Rails application
3...
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Following from the Ubuntu Hardy - Mongrel and mongrel cluster installation article, we can now look at creating and configuring Apache to proxy to a mongrel cluster so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.

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Following from the first article, we now have passenger (mod_rails) installed.
As such, we can move on and create a Ruby on Rails application and see how easy it is to serve using passenger.

Contents
1 Rails application
2...
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There are variety of options open to the sysadmin when serving Ruby applications.
One of them is thin. This is a 3rd party web server that is proxied to from the main web server (similar to mongrels in a general setup). Let's...
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The Ubuntu Intrepid - Setup article covered securing, updating, and personalizing the installation. Now you are ready to add some working software, Ruby on Rails.

Contents
1 Update
2 Process
3 Ruby
4 Rails
5 Creating an...
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There are variety of options open to the sysadmin when serving Ruby applications.
One of the original ways is to use the mongrel web server. Requests are proxied to the mongrel(s) from the main web server (Apache, Nginx, etc)....
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Following from the Ubuntu Intrepid - Thin web server for Ruby article, let's look at creating and configuring Apache to proxy to thin so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.

Contents
1 Prerequisites
2 Rails application
3...
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Following from the Ubuntu Intrepid - Mongrel and mongrel cluster article, we can now look at creating and configuring Apache to proxy to a mongrel cluster so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.

Contents
1 Prerequisites
2...
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Having installed the thin web server for Ruby , we can now look at configuring a Nginx vhost to proxy to thin so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.
The process is easy to follow and easy to repeat for hosting multiple...
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Apache

A variety of options are available to the sysadmin when serving Ruby on Rails applications. One of them is thin, a third-party web server to which the main web server connects by  proxy (similar to Mongrel in a general setup)....
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There are variety of options open to the sysadmin when serving Ruby applications.
One of them is thin. This is a 3rd party web server that is proxied to from the main web server (similar to mongrels in a general setup). Let's...
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