Darian Anthony Patrick on 17 Jan 2007 18:19:58 -0000

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Re: [PhillyOnRails] mongrel instance management

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A MySQL dependent solution would mean that if MySQL didn't start for
some reason, your applications would never have the chance to present a
friendly error message to your users, as the apps themselves wouldn't
have started.

Perhaps a YAML or sqlite based solution, or just a plain old shell
script that invokes your mongrels.

Andrew Libby wrote:
> Hey Folks,
> I'm new 'round here and am in need of a solution for managing
> multiple instances of mongrel on a single machine.  We've got
> a bunch of sites running mongrel, and I don't really think a
> start/ stop script in /etc/rc3.d, etc is the right way to
> manage this.  Anyone gotten into this before?  If so what have
> you done?
> I'm leaning towards a registry of instances backed by MySQL that
> will start and stop all of the instances at system boot and shutdown.
> Thoughts?
> Thanks.

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