[Mongrel] problem starting mongrel in windows
gurung_suman at hotmail.com
Sat Sep 6 23:29:42 EDT 2008
Thanks, Luis, for making me see that. Indeed I was using jruby's gems to
install all the applications. When I installed anything using the gem
command, it was the gem under the jruby folder that was being executed. I
had to changed the precedence of the entries of jruby and ruby in the
path(environment variable) and do all the installs again and mongrel runs
From: "Luis Lavena" <luislavena at gmail.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 06, 2008 3:08 PM
To: <mongrel-users at rubyforge.org>
Subject: Re: [Mongrel] problem starting mongrel in windows
> On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 7:56 PM, suman gurung(hotmail)
> <gurung_suman at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi everybody,
>> I was trying to get rails applications deployed in my pc(windows vista),
>> I had some problem trying to start mongrel web server, and I have no clue
>> to how and why it is not working.
>> I have installed ruby, rubygems, rails, mysql and mongrel, the last three
>> rubygems. I could run the 'rails' command to and create an application
>> the folder structure and all. But when I tried to start the mongrel, I
>> the following error message.
>> F:\ROR\sources\hello>mongrel_rails start -d
>> `require': no such file to load -- win32/service (LoadError)
>> rb:27:in `require'
> To keep it short:
> You're using JRuby, not Matz Ruby (MRI) so:
> mongrel_service gem will not work, since it depends on win32-service,
> which is only Windows (not Java).
> You're using a old version of mongrel_service (0.1) which definitely
> will not work as expected with latest Rails and Mongrel.
> Daemonize (-d) otpion requires fork functionality, which is not
> available in Windows (neither MRI or JRuby or any Ruby for Windows
>> Also, is there any way to keep mongrel live and running?? I tried to
>> it as a service as mentioned in the website with the following command:
>> install mongrel_service and it mentioned that 1 gem was installed, but I
>> don't see any service with the name "mongrel" or "mongrel_rails" running
>> the list of services. I am new with mongrel so please do help me.
> mongrel_rails service::install --help
> That is clearly documented in mongrel site:
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