Setting up Torquebox on Rails as a webserver


Rails and Microsoft Azure

Preparing your Rails application for running on Microsoft Azure

If you are using a Mac (obviously as Rails just works so good with it!) you will install the command line tools for connecting to your Azure server.

 This link explains how to do that:

http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/manage/linux/how-to-guides/command-line-tools/

We already have Azure accounts so we skipped that step.

Then pull settings from your Azure server over to your local machine to enable publishing to the Azure server. See on the above link: How to download and import publish settings

Getting Torquebox up and running as a Rails webserver

 First: check and upgrade rvm version

If you do not have the right rvm version you will get the following error:

jruby-1.7.2 – Error: Your application used more stack memory than the safety cap of 2048K.

https://github.com/jruby/jruby/issues/346

Instructions for setting up Torquebox

The link below provides detailed instructions on setting Torquebox up:

http://torquebox.org/getting-started/2.3.0/first-steps.html#first-steps-rvm


BY: TANIA VAN WYK DE VRIES, CEO OF INFOWARE STUDIOS


 

 

 

 

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