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With fcgi - much better speed, but sadly not stable, when load increased from just developers to some more people.

(working load for website with ruby: ~5000 visitors/day, ~30000 pages/day) Now it works for about half year with such config: apache2 - main server (static content, some php, some perl, dynamic compression) pen - load balancer among mongrel processes 8 mongrel processes - it may seem pradoxal with 1 CPU, but with complex page with many etc.

But I'm unsure about fcgid - I stopped using it very quickly as it just wasn't stable enough.

Sudo seems like the right thing to do, if you can't/won't use mongrel - but be careful you don't give them the ability to kill all process!

I am just wondering how I could give him the possibility to kill his own process? of course I could d othis, but I don't want every client restarting apache2 :-) I heard rumours one could get fastcgi or fcgid running with suexec?

The processes are running as www-data (debian apache user). suexec is already working for my server with cgi scripts but I couldn't get it running with fcgid...

All being well you should receive no errors and browsing at should show you your applications front page.

To stop the server you may run: # Proxy directives Proxy Pass / Proxy Pass Reverse / Proxy Preserve Host on # Logfiles Error Log /var/log/apache2/test.Custom Log /var/log/apache2/test.combined If you've done this correctly you should now be able to visit which will cause Apache2 to forward your request, or proxy, to the local mongrel server running upon localhost on port 3000.

Once you're using them in production though you'll want something more capable. Enter "1" to choose the most recent version of the server, which is not compiled for Microsoft Windows.Rewrite Engine On Rewrite Rule ^/$ /[QSA] Rewrite Rule ^([^.] )$

Once you're using them in production though you'll want something more capable. Enter "1" to choose the most recent version of the server, which is not compiled for Microsoft Windows.

Rewrite Engine On Rewrite Rule ^/$ /[QSA] Rewrite Rule ^([^.] )$ $1[QSA] Rewrite Cond %/% !

-f Rewrite Rule .* [P, QSA] This checks if the file is static and lets apache handle it, everything else goes to mongrel.

8 mongrel processes working in parralel gives out page much quicker, than with only one process. Mongrel scales impressively well with its own clustering support. Steve hi there, I have another related question: I have severall sites running on my server with ROR.

mod-fcgid appears to no longer be recommended for running rails applications - I know that I had significant load problems with it in production. I am still using fastcgi and have problems switching to fcgid...

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Once you're using them in production though you'll want something more capable. Enter "1" to choose the most recent version of the server, which is not compiled for Microsoft Windows.Rewrite Engine On Rewrite Rule ^/$ /[QSA] Rewrite Rule ^([^.] )$ $1[QSA] Rewrite Cond %/% !-f Rewrite Rule .* [P, QSA] This checks if the file is static and lets apache handle it, everything else goes to mongrel.8 mongrel processes working in parralel gives out page much quicker, than with only one process. Mongrel scales impressively well with its own clustering support. Steve hi there, I have another related question: I have severall sites running on my server with ROR.mod-fcgid appears to no longer be recommended for running rails applications - I know that I had significant load problems with it in production. I am still using fastcgi and have problems switching to fcgid...

[QSA] Rewrite Cond %/% !-f Rewrite Rule .* [P, QSA] This checks if the file is static and lets apache handle it, everything else goes to mongrel.8 mongrel processes working in parralel gives out page much quicker, than with only one process. Mongrel scales impressively well with its own clustering support. Steve hi there, I have another related question: I have severall sites running on my server with ROR.mod-fcgid appears to no longer be recommended for running rails applications - I know that I had significant load problems with it in production. I am still using fastcgi and have problems switching to fcgid...

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