[Instantrails-users] If I close the DOS window, it does not work
ken.barker at gmail.com
Sat Oct 15 09:42:55 EDT 2005
The command window must remain open because SCGI is running. I believe Curt
is targeting moving this off into a windows service so you it could be
started, stopped, restarted like Apache and MySQL, via windows services.
On 10/15/05, CcC <cervezaconcafe at gmail.com> wrote:
> First of all, my congrats for your awesome app.
> But I get an error when I start Instant Rails
> I had added the line in hosts file and save it (winXP SP2 running as
> I am connected without proxies.
> I start the "cookbok" app checking the box and pushing "start SCGI"
> It opens a DOS window, which says:
> start -p 9999 -e production -D
> ERROR: Could not setup a SIGHUP handler. You won't be able to get status.
> Listening for connections on 127.0.0.1:9999 <http://127.0.0.1:9999>
> (D:\Archivos\IRails is the path where I had installed Instant Rails)
> If I don't close neither the DOS window nor the "Rails Applications"
> it works correctly, just going to www.mycookbook.com<http://www.mycookbook.com>in my browser (Firefox)
> But if I close either one of this two windows, when I go to
> www.mycookbook.com <http://www.mycookbook.com>
> my browser shows a error message:
> Application error (Apache)
> Change this error message for exceptions thrown outside of an action
> (like in Dispatcher setups or broken Ruby code) in public/500.html
> And if I return to "Rail Applications" window, I find the box of
> "cookbook" unchecked.
> I'd read the posts in the mail list (particullary the first thread of
> september) and
> I am not running no web server before installing Instant Rails in my PC.
> Am I missing something or doing something wrong?
> Just saying that I am just plain newbie with all this and I want learn.
> Sorry for my bad english. Cheers from Spain. Un saludo
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