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MONGREL_RAILS(1)					    BSD General Commands Manual 					  MONGREL_RAILS(1)

NAME
mongrel_rails -- Fast HTTP library and server for Ruby SYNOPSIS
mongrel_rails command [options...] gpgen path [options...] DESCRIPTION
Mongrel is a fast HTTP library and server for Ruby that is intended for hosting Ruby web applications of any kind using plain HTTP rather than FastCGI or SCGI. It is framework agnostic and already supports Ruby On Rails, Og+Nitro, and Camping frameworks. mongrel_rails allows you to control the Mongrel server. gpgen helps you to create Mongrel plugins. For more information about a specific program you can use its --h flag. There is also online documentation available at "http://mongrel.ruby- forge.org". SEE ALSO
rails(1) ruby(1) AUTHORS
Mongrel was created by Zed Shaw <zedshaw@zedshaw.com> BSD
August 21, 2006 BSD

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RACKUP(1)																 RACKUP(1)

NAME
rackup rackup(1) -- An utility for run Rack-based applications SYNOPSIS
rackup [ruby options] [rack options] [rackup config] DESCRIPTION
Rackup is a useful tool for running Rack applications, which uses the Rack::Builder DSL to configure middleware and build up applications easily. rackup automatically figures out the environment it is run in, and runs your application as FastCGI, CGI, or standalone with Mongrel or WEBrick -all from the same configuration. OPTIONS
Ruby options: -e, --eval [LINE] evaluate a LINE of code -d, --debug set debugging flags (set $DEBUG to true) -w, --warn turn warnings on for your script -I, --include [PATH] specify $LOAD_PATH (may be used more than once) -r, --require [LIBRARY] require the library, before executing your script Rack options: -s, --server [SERVER] serve using SERVER (webrick/mongrel) -o, --host [HOST] listen on HOST (default: 0.0.0.0) -p, --port [PORT] use PORT (default: 9292) -E, --env [ENVIRONMENT] use ENVIRONMENT for defaults (default: development) -D, --daemonize run daemonized in the background -P, --pid [FILE] file to store PID (default: rack.pid) Common options: -h, --help Show the help message --version Show version EXAMPLES
This is a simple example on how to start an application based on Rack with rackup: $ rackup -Ilib blog/config.ru [2010-12-10 15:01:11] INFO WEBrick 1.3.1 [2010-12-10 15:01:11] INFO ruby 1.9.2 (2010-08-18) [x86_64-linux] [2010-12-10 15:01:11] INFO WEBrick::HTTPServer#start: pid=4496 port=9292 AUTHORS
Copyright (C) 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Christian Neukirchen <http://purl.org/net/chneukirchen> For a complete list of authors and contributors to the project, please take a look here https://github.com/rack/rack/contributors This manual page was written by Ermenegildo Fiorito fiorito.g@gmail.com for the Debian Project SEE ALSO
ruby(1) http://rack.rubyforge.org December 2010 RACKUP(1)
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