05 Apr '12, 12am
I don't know about the debian package and luckily don't have one to administer :-) You'll have to ask the debian maintainer for specifics, we don't maintain the deb. It might be that the debian patches allow things like that, but running multiple production instances from the same codebase is not officially supported. Well that is sad to herd :( Nevertheless, I will contact Debian / Ubuntu maintainers to figure out my problem, and will keep this thread updated so that other people may gain from my experience (if you don't mind) In the mean while, I have tried to execute two instance of redmine on Ubuntu Lucid 10.04 which comes with Redmine 0.9.3 and both with passenger and fcgid. The result is that: passenger does not allow two instance of Redmine, in fact it looks like that all the requested are handled by a "shared instance of ruby" which, therefore, has the X_DEBIAN_SIT...