[Mongrel] running mongrel in production on win32

Michael D'Auria michael.dauria at gmail.com
Tue Dec 19 13:33:45 EST 2006


You should upgrade to the newest version: 0.3.20 as it allows multiple
Set-Cookie header statements.

For reference:http://mongrel.rubyforge.org/news.html

To Install:
$ gem install fastthread --source=http://mongrel.rubyforge.org/releases
$ gem install mongrel --source=http://mongrel.rubyforge.org/releases

Then you should be back on track :)

.: Michael :.


On 12/19/06, Ball, Donald A Jr (Library) <donald.ball at nashville.gov> wrote:
>
> > Sure. Actually, I have a problem to report already...
> > sessions are not working when I start mongrel in this
> > fashion. Is there somewhere i should be configuring session
> > behavior that I'm not?
> >
> > To be more specific, the browser doesn't report a session_id
> > cookie in its cookie list. The server-side code happily
> > stores objects in the session, but the session is empty on
> > the next request.
> >
> > For the record, both webrick and mongrel started via
> > script/server have working sessions.
>
> The problem turns out to be fairly simple, but it's beyond my capability
> to fix. The problem is that mongrel is only passing one and only one
> cookie on to the user. If that's _session_id, great, but if it's one of
> the other cookies that I'm creating, the user's session is lost.
>
> To be clear, I'm using mongrel-0.3.18 from Luis. Note that I was
> incorrect when I said the problem didn't occur when mongrel is stared
> with script\server. Mongrel has this problem regardless, while webrick
> works fine.
>
> - donald
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