[Backgroundrb-devel] Best Way Automatically Start BDRB?

Ramon Miguel M. Tayag ramon.tayag at gmail.com
Thu Aug 14 10:50:26 EDT 2008


Monit sounds great, but I got an error saying "RAILS_ENV=production"
wasn't a service or something like that.

I'm using the git version, just downloaded it the other day. :o

I'll send you that Rails app off-list :)

On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 10:39 PM, hemant <gethemant at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/14/08, Ramon Miguel M. Tayag <ramon.tayag at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey everyone!
>>
>>  What would be the best way to automatically start backgroundrb? Like
>>  if the server crashes or reboots or something...?  When I do it
>>  manually, I have to start it like this from the rails root directory:
>>
>
> Use monit or something.
>
>>  $ RAILS_ENV=production ruby script/backgroundrb start
>>
>>  It seems that if I don't put the RAILS_ENV var, it looks for
>>  development database.  This is even if I edited
>>  config/backgroundrb.yml to use production.
>>
>
> If thats happening, its a bug. But, in git version, I have put some
> effort for making sure, this kinda thing never happens. What version
> you are using?
>
> If you are still facing this problem. send me your sample app as  a
> tar ball (i.e, don't send me your main project, create a sample rails
> app and try to simulate what happens).
>



-- 
Ramon Tayag


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