[Dancer-users] run in production on shared hosting

Nicolas me at eboxr.com
Fri Nov 11 22:13:20 CET 2011

Hi Nick, why not using nginx and plackup as you describe and use the -R
option provided by plackup to watch for example a restart.txt file
dedicated for each application.
Here is the script I use to start / stop plack for a single app. I think
managing more apps with this script should not be a problem


2011/11/11 Nick Knutov <mail at knutov.com>

> Hello,
> what is the best way to run (a lot of) Dancer apps in production on shared
> hosting now?
> I'm the owner and main developer at small hosting company and want to
> create the environment that allows a lot of users to quick run a lot of
> Dancer apps.
> I read Dancer::Deployment but didn't decide anything - Ubic and
> daemontools don't looks good way (and Ubic at least requires access to
> /etc), CGI is slow.
> As for now I do manually something like
> plackup -E production -s Starman --workers=4 -l /home/$user/tmp/$app.sock
> -a bin/app.pl  &
> (and I use nginx before app) but it is not easy to start/stop and monitor
> such apps.
> --
> Best Regards,
> Nick Knutov
> http://knutov.com
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