[Nitro] scgi questions
james_b at neurogami.com
Sun Jan 8 18:21:00 EST 2006
> I don't know specifically about your issue but a clue could be
> obtained by typing:
> grep -r 9999 /path/to/nitro/directory
> then looking at the corresponding file. This will reveal where 9999
> is being hard-coded, if it is.
That value is assigned as the port number in lib/nitro/server.rb.
My hunch is that configuration values are never passed on to the actual
Webrick server, so it just stay at the default.
As an experiment I added faulty markup to scgi.yaml; I got a parsing
error when I ran scgi_ctl, so I know it is finding and reading the
config file. But after that, it seems the values are never properly
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