21 Mar '13, 1pm

Something to look forward to: "Phusion Passenger 4 Technology Preview: Out-Of-Band Work"

Once the enable/disable feature was in place, implementing Out-Of-Band Work was almost trivial. When an application wants to perform Out-Of-Band Work, it sends a signal to Phusion Passenger. We currently use the X-Passenger-OOB-Work header to do this, which is filtered out by Phusion Passenger and will never reach the client. Phusion Passenger will then try to disable the process. Once disabled, Phusion Passenger will send a signal to the application, telling it that it may proceed to perform out-of-band work. At this point the process is guaranteed not to be processing any requests, so it can freely do whatever it wants. Once the out-of-band work has finished, Phusion Passenger will reenable the process.

Full article: http://blog.phusion.nl/2013/01/22/phusion-passenger-4-tec...

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