|Mike Evans on 26 Jul 2006 23:42:28 -0000|
I think that overall everyone has pointed to an interesting cunundrum in the Rails community... on the one hand the Rails core team wants to eschew "enterprisey-iness" but on the other hand commercially supporting simple small-scale Rails apps can be a pain. There really isn't a great solution for shared hosts (which is ruled by php and will continue to be for some time), and virtual and dedicated hosts are both too expensive and technical for many people.
On 7/26/06, Flinn Mueller <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I think a lot of people hold fastCGI against Rails. What is the better solution? I have been using mongrel for about a week. For development it is noticably more speedy than ./script/server. I am interested in using mongrel for deployment on a big app with a dedicated server, but what choice do I have if I deploy to just about anything other than a dedicated server? It's especially bothersome for menial applications like typo (I mean that in the most affectionate way). FastCGI is even worse on shared hosting setups, even the ones that support it (mine at least).
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