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Re: [ruby-81] stack: Passenger vs Unicorn

From: Noah
Sent on: Thursday, November 8, 2012 1:54 PM
Most people who use JRuby use a Java application server rather than a standard Ruby one.

Or do you mean using Passenger or Unicorn for MRI?  They're great for that.  I use Passenger at home and Unicorn at work, and I like them both.


From: John Woodell <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Thursday, November 8,[masked]:50 PM
Subject: [ruby-81] stack: Passenger vs Unicorn

Hello Ruby People,

I've been working with JRuby for a while, but I'm curious how people are feeling about Passenger and Unicorn.

Thanks, John Woodell




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