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Using Phusion Passenger on cPanel Server

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Phusion Passenger (mod_rails or mod_rack ) makes execution of Ruby web applications easier on Apache webserver. It requires no maintenance on our part and minimal port management. It was designed keeping in mind performance, stability and security.

Here I am explaining more about deploying this module on Linux servers using cPanel as the control panel.

Currently in cPanel, by default, the Ruby On Rails(RoR) applications are using Mongrel webserver. By Phusion Passenger, we can use Apache itself for RoR applications, instead of redirecting the application to Mongrel.
 read more | mail this link | score:7718 | -shyju, August 18, 2008
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