[Mongrel] Best practice Ruby on Rails on Windows configuration
neongrau at gmail.com
Wed Nov 14 12:24:50 EST 2007
i don't really understand what you want to know.
>> "main focus is on optimizing the requests, instead of improving
the amount of page requests"
that sounds more like code optimization in your rails app, when your
app doesn't perform well enough you have to tweak your code or
probably add more ram, faster disk and or a faster cpu. the deployment
or server configuration won't change that.
but if you want to know what software to use:
as an example i currently have a few windows installations with the
apache 2.2.4 with mod_sspi authenticatiing users via NTLM against an
and proxy balancing the requests to
and a single DRb for Ferret searches running as a service for all
using a MS SQL 2005 DB on a dedicated server
the apache is configured to use memcache and bypass the proxy on all
the mongrels for stuff that doesn't need any server processing
if any performance issues arise i can easily scale by adding more
mongrels on other machines.
Am 14.11.2007 um 18:03 schrieb Benjamin van Eck:
> I have read many articles on the net today about configuring Ruby on
> Rails on a Windows server. But there doesn't seem to a one solution
> for all on how to configure a new Ruby on Rails server. So I can use
> some advise with this.
> I am using a Windows 2003 server and don't get many request a day.
> But most of the request are quite heavy. The main focus is on
> optimizing the requests, instead of improving the amount of page
> Any advise is welcome,
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