Have you looked at JRuby? Your initial memory use will be a bit higher, but because JRuby leverages the garbage collectors on the JVM, the long-term performance tends to be much better.
Plus, it's faster than MRI.
On Mar 25, 2010, at 13:53, Janos Mucsi <[address removed]> wrote:
We run our application on Solaris. We use the plain vanilla Ruby 1.8.7 and Mongrel. We are experiencing a memory bloat, so that every 60 days or so we need to restart our server. Does anybody have good tips on running Ruby/Rails on Solaris? We are thinking about upgrading to Passenger. Does it make sense to use the Ruby interpreter that comes with Cool Stack?
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