[Mongrel] [ANN] mongrel_cluster 0.2.2 prerelease

Charles Brian Quinn me at seebq.com
Fri Jan 26 14:25:33 EST 2007


Bradley, I agree, thanks for this.

A hard rebooted box failed to start mongrel up -- and this should help
out quite nicely.

Thank you.  Now I owe you like 28 beers.

On 1/26/07, Jason Young <jason.young at extension.org> wrote:
>
> On Jan 26, 2007, at 12:10 AM, Bradley Taylor wrote:
>
> > Hey y'all:
> >
> > I've added some new stuff to mongrel_cluster. Give it try and let me
> > know if it works for you.
> >
> > * Added '--clean' to cluster::start to force removal of the pidfile
> > before trying to start the cluster member. This is useful for
> > recovering
> > from unexpected process death.
>
> Oh this is absolutely fantastic.  It actually turns out to be exactly
> what I needed today.  We can't go 24 hours without ferret segfaulting
> mongrel on the most completely random searches ever - and the change
> to mongrel 1.0.1 from 0.3.13.4 seems to leave the pids laying around
> more.
>
> The --clean seems to be working great in my monit-initiated restarts
> (in production mind you :-) ) and now I can happily ignore trying to
> find the segfault needle in the ferret haystack again(*)
>
> Thanks Bradley!
> Jason
>
> (* yes I know it's completely lazy to ignore this.   But a) laziness
> is a require virtue of systems management and b) trying to find a
> random segfault in thousands of lines of C code is no longer fun to
> me ;-) )
> --
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