[Mongrel] Deployement options
atmos at atmos.org
Tue Feb 27 18:07:31 EST 2007
On 2/27/07, Paul King <cronald at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry if this is a little off-topic, but might I ask what your
> hardware setup/config is for ten mongrels?
> - Paul
> On 27/02/07, Pete DeLaurentis <pete at nextengine.com> wrote:
> > Having multiple servers has been a must in my experience with Mongrel,
> > mainly because if a task is database / IO bound then other users have to
> > wait for it.
> > I'm using Lighttpd => Pound => 10 Mongrels right now.
> > Lighttpd just released a new version (1.5), which has the ability to
> > directly contact multiple mongrels.
> > I'll likely upgrade to this later in the week. Then I'll just have
> > => 10 Mongrels
> > Hope this helps,
> > Pete
> > On Feb 26, 2007, at 9:48 PM, tom wang wrote:
> > After reading the digital shortcut and the
> > documentation on the web site I'm confused.
> > Which one should I use? pen, balance or nginx ?
> > I don't want to use a behemoth like appache and ssl is
> > not needed so it reduces my choice to those three
> > only....
> > What are the pros and cons of each? I don't have much
> > money, so the less ressources I use the better it is
> > for me....
> > As an additional question, how far would a one server
> > configuration get me? I'm going to be serving a lot of
> > pictures and have some simple treatment of photos
> > (resizing and such)
You really wanna consider nginx. Check their wiki on mongrel+rails
It can do all yoru static images and you can add servers to your mongrel
cluster as needed. It's gonna be a lot smaller than apache, and you can
easily do ssl with it if you want.
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