[Mongrel] Win32 service question
ochronus at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 02:49:29 EST 2007
Thank you both, Geoffrey and cdr for your help.
I didn't know it was threaded on win32 by default :)
Then I don't really get why there's so big performance difference bw/ a unix
and a win32 one...
On Nov 20, 2007 1:04 PM, cdr <_ at whats-your.name> wrote:
> > Csaba: You can run anything multithreaded on Windows by using Ruby
> > Threads.
> > > Second, I'd like to ask you if there's any way to make a simple
> > > script run multithreaded?
> you get threaded handlers for free, by default. you have to explicitly go
> out of your way to defeat this behavior.. grep -i mutex in the rails or
> camping handler to see how its done
> > >
> > > Since win32 lacks fork, I don't know if I can make it process multiple
> > > request simultaneously.
> fork() is implemented in win32/process extension. not that youd want to
> use that, or anything,
> i tried it once in a real-world script that would fork itself and spawn
> gcc children and it was very weird, to say the least (lots of return values
> were just corrupt garbled crap). compounded by running mingw's bash where
> things are wonky already.
> but this doesnt matter, since mongrel's ruby isnt actually forking,
> apache-style, to enable concurrency...
> if youre further curious, check out wyhaines' evented mongrel
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