06 May '13, 2pm

Out-of-band Garbage Collection in Passenger 4.0.1 is awesome:

Passenger 4.0.1 is out and that means we need to add support to Moonshine for it! If you update Moonshine, you'll have everything you need to deploy Passenger 4.0.1 - I highly recommend it. Why? Out of band work (garbage collection)! The Phusion guys blogged about it during one of the betas , but their instructions for setting it up don't work very well with the final release. I think this is my favorite new feature in Passenger and could end up being extremely useful for folks running larger apps that struggle with garbage collection. I got it working this morning on one of our internal apps and decided I would save you the trouble of figuring it out yourself. First, you need to add passenger to your Gemfile. I don't normally put it in mine since it lives outside of the Rails stack, but you'll need it for this: gem 'passenger', '4.0.1' Now we need to add some cool stuff t...

Full article: http://railsmachine.com/articles/2013/05/06/passenger-4-0...

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