http_response seems to be using String.each
normalperson at yhbt.net
Wed Sep 21 20:46:13 EDT 2011
Joe Marty <joe at ownlocal.com> wrote:
> I just installed Unicorn 4.1.1 to serve a Rails 3 project behind nginx
> on a server running Ruby 1.9.2 and I'm getting this error on every app
> app error: undefined method `each' for #<String:0xc42712c> (NoMethodError)
I suspect you have some buggy middleware that's returning Strings
as the body (instead of Strings inside Arrays or something else)
What middlewares do you have loaded?
You can insert Rack::Lint in between every middleware to detect buggy
ones. If Rack::Lint slows you down too much, you can also try just
removing them one-at-a-time to isolate the buggy one.
> I don't know for sure if 'body' is supposed to be an array, or if it's
> correctly a string and Unicorn is actually trying to read the string 1
> line at a time using the each method, which was changed in ruby 1.9 to
> 'String.each_line'. Any ideas?
The Rack spec only requires the response body respond to the "each"
method and that yields String (or String-like) objects.
> The rails app does work fine in Passenger, and if I just swap out
> passenger for Unicorn, it fails with that message.
Maybe Passenger is more lenient with the Rack specs and/or working
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