[Mongrel] why put .pid's in log instead of tmp?
matte at ruckuswireless.com
Mon May 7 14:46:03 EDT 2007
So just change your config files. Easy peasy.
Best practice, if using mongrel_cluster, is to throw it into a directory
like what you're suggesting. In the announcement thread for
mongrel_cluster 18.104.22.168 it's recommended to config for using the
/var/run directory. But you can choose what you want.
matte - matte at ruckuswireless.com
Doug Smith wrote:
> I have thought this as well -- but it's not just Mongrel that does
> this. Ferret's DRb server also puts the .pid file into the logs
> directory. I'd prefer a dedicated location myself.
> On 5/7/07, Matt Zukowski <mzukowski at urbacon.net> wrote:
>> Just out of curiosity, why does mongrel_rails by default put its .pid
>> files in the log directory rather than in tmp or tmp/pids? Putting them
>> in the log directory seems to me like a strange decision, since they're
>> not logs -- they're temporary state files.
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