[Mongrel] [WARNING] don't use ruby-sendfile
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Thu Aug 3 13:32:48 EDT 2006
> Just curious, if you are really need the "performance" for static
> files, why not use an asset_host ? i haven't personally used it, nor
> do I fully know what it does, but on a cursory, half-hazard glance, it
> appears you can serve up content from another web server (lightty,
> apache, etc.) here for all your other stuff:
> just tossin' it out there....
Because sometimes you work with people who aren't good about using the
various _tag method that make this work... heh.
but yeah, it would help.
> On 8/3/06, Thomas Lockney <tlockney at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 8/3/06, Sunder <talk2sunder at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Okay. So send file is bad and has been removed. Correct me if Iam wrong ,
>>> but if you have apache installed and proxying through it, you dont really
>>> need sendfile . is that assumption correct?
>> It depends on how you set up the proxy. In general, no, everything
>> will go through mongrel, you would have to either explicitly map only
>> certain paths to mongrel (for anything that's not static) or
>> explicitly exclude things that are static (can't recall how or even if
>> this is possible with mod_proxy using filetypes, but you can always
>> use mod_rewrite to do more complicated stuff).
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