Phusion Passenger installed

October 11, 2008

I eventually decided to install phusion passenger for his simplicity on rails deployment. My first intention was to install Apache + Mongrel, but after reading Sam Ruby’s article and the following lines in this article I changed my mind:

“The de-facto Ruby (and Rails) deployment system seems to change rapidly (remember Apache+FastCGI, then lighttpd+FastCGI, then Apache+Mongrel, then Nginx+Mongrel…?) and while Passenger may or may not be a de-facto standard in a few years’ time, it’s certainly becoming the standard for now, so jump on board!”

Really quick the install and set up in Ubuntu.

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