Umlaut Deployment with Thin and Apache
Revision as of 15:36, 7 April 2011 by Scotdalton
Instead of using mongrel, NYU is using thin. The thin configuration is almost identical to mongrel. The two files used to implement are detailed below. config/umlaut_config/deploy/thin_cluster.yml
# Unix account to run your processes as: user: umlaut #Unix group to run processes as: group: umlaut # Install dir of Umlaut you want to run from: chdir: /apps/umlaut/ log: log/thin.log # Leave like this. # Start port for your instances. Any high port will do. Does NOT need need # to be open through firewall externally. port: 4001 environment: production # Leave like this address: 127.0.0.1 # Leave like this #address: 0.0.0.0 # Leave like this pid: tmp/pids/thin.pid # Leave like this # How many instances to run. port: 8000 with servers:3 means you'll # have a server on 8000, 8001, and 8002. servers: 4 # Only if you want to start at web path other than base / : #prefix: /getit # for instance. Start with slash, and don't end with one.
#!/bin/bash thin $1 -C /apps/umlaut/config/umlaut_config/deploy/thin_cluster.yml