CentOS - Nginx, Rails, and Mongrels

Following from the mongrel and mongrel cluster article, we can now look at configuring Nginx to proxy to a mongrel cluster so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.

The process is very easy and can simply be repeated for serving multiple domains.


CentOS - Apache, Rails, and Mongrels

Following from the mongrels and mongrel cluster article, we can now look at creating and configuring Apache to proxy to a mongrel cluster so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.


CentOS - Mongrel and mongrel_cluster installation

There are variety of options open to the sysadmin when serving Ruby applications.

One of the original ways is to use the mongrel web server. Requests are proxied to the mongrel(s) from the main web server (Apache, Nginx, etc).

The article may seem quite lengthy but two subjects are tackled here. One is the basic mongrel gem itself but then we move onto the mongrel_cluster gem.

Take each section at a time as each one builds on the previous explanation.


Ubuntu Intrepid - Nginx, rails and mongrels

Following from the mongrel and mongrel cluster article, we can now look at configuring Nginx to proxy to a mongrel cluster so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.

The process is very easy and can simply be repeated for serving multiple domains.


Ubuntu Intrepid - Apache, Rails and mongrels

Following from the mongrel and mongrel cluster article, we can now look at creating and configuring Apache to proxy to a mongrel cluster so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.


Ubuntu Intrepid - mongrel and mongrel cluster

There are variety of options open to the sysadmin when serving Ruby applications.

One of the original ways is to use the mongrel web server. Requests are proxied to the mongrel(s) from the main web server (Apache, Nginx, etc).


Ubuntu Hardy - Nginx, rails and mongrels

Following from the mongrel and mongrel cluster article, we can now look at configuring Nginx to proxy to a mongrel cluster so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.

The process is very easy and can simply be repeated for serving multiple domains.


Ubuntu Hardy - Apache, Rails and mongrels

Following from the mongrel and mongrel cluster article, we can now look at creating and configuring Apache to proxy to a mongrel cluster so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.


Ubuntu Hardy - mongrel and mongrel clusters

There are variety of options open to the sysadmin when serving Ruby applications.

One of the original ways is to use the mongrel web server. Requests are proxied to the mongrel(s) from the main web server (Apache, Nginx, etc).