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Puma server - opinions?

Added by Ivan Cenov about 11 years ago

I've recently discovered puma Ruby server and tested with Redmine (trunk). It works well and I feel it works fast. Compared to thin I cannot see differences in speed. Have someone used 'puma' ? It would be interesting to share opinions about this server.


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RE: Puma server - opinions? - Added by Etienne Massip about 11 years ago

I personnally use it on Windows and I like it, it does the job very well and is easy to install and use.

I have a small redmine instance though, about 10 users.

RE: Puma server - opinions? - Added by Ivan Cenov about 11 years ago

Concerning installation, puma is easier. thin wants eventmachine. I remember I had some problems with installation of the eventmachine.

RE: Puma server - opinions? - Added by Etienne Massip about 11 years ago

Ivan Cenov wrote:

Concerning installation, puma is easier. thin wants eventmachine. I remember I had some problems with installation of the eventmachine.

Same when I tried installing thin on Windows.

RE: Puma server - opinions? - Added by Daniel Schwinger about 11 years ago

Etienne Massip wrote:

I personnally use it on Windows and I like it, it does the job very well and is easy to install and use.

I have a small redmine instance though, about 10 users.

Please, can you give me installation instruction for puma on Windows with redmine 2.1.4.
We use redmine in a sub-uri behind apache with thin and have big problems see http://www.redmine.org/issues/12576.

Thank you in advance

Daniel

RE: Puma server - opinions? - Added by Ivan Cenov about 11 years ago

puma is installed very easy.

Add it into Gemfile.local:

gem "puma" 
Execute
bundle install --without test development rmagick
Start
puma -e production -p 3000
Note that without -p puma uses port 9292.
I use thin as Windows service and suppose that puma could be used this way too.

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