Unicorn is an HTTP server for Rack applications designed to only serve fast clients on low-latency, high-bandwidth connections and take advantage of features in Unix/Unix-like kernels. http://unicorn.bogomips.org/

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Elastic Load Balancer & SSL termination

I am setting up a Rails app on AWS that: 1) all traffic must be ssl encrypted 2) will highly fluctuate in the amount of traffic on a weekly basis 3) will by maintained by someone that is a stronger ...
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Unicorn 3 throwing tons of errors (Rails 3.0.3, Unicorn 3.0)

I just tried to upgrade to Unicorn 3.0. I changed my Gemfile and did a bundle install. When restarting my Unicorn I got tons of errors beginning with: Unhandled listen loop exception ...
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How do I fix Nginx config to work with multiple hosts of Unicorn?

I have no problem instantiating multiple instances of unicorn on different unix sockets and ports. Works fine if I do url:port. My problem comes in correctly formatting nginx.conf to allow multipe ...
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Rails 3 shows 404 error instead of index.html (nginx + unicorn)

I have an index.html in public/ that should be loading by default but instead I get a 404 error when I try to access http://example.com/ The page you were looking for doesn't exist. You may ...
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Ruby: Does it make sense to use REE with Unicorn?

I am trying to figure out the optimal server stack for running Rails. As of now, nginx + unicorn seems to be the best approach. However, some folks have suggested running the REE interpreter instead ...