yesterday I tried to deploy my app in production mode on a Ubuntu 10.04 vServer box. I have problems with compiling it on my vServer because of memory issues. Sometimes it works, sometimes it fails, so my approach is to do a
play clean compile dist
on my Windows machine and put the resulting .zip on the server. There I try to invoke the start script like the docs said. Everything fine so far. But the doc says:
"If you type Ctrl+D, the Play console will quit, but the created server process will continue running in background."
This does not work for me, I see the console output of the play server and pressing Ctrl+D does nothing. Ctrl+C actually kills the whole server. I am using Putty on Windows to ssh to this machine. Could this be the problem? My solution so far was to type Ctrl+Z to suspend the foreground job und put it in the background with bg command. Is this the right solution (if so, why its not in the doc? :D)?
Oh and in case you are interested what I have done with the framework: www.university-bash.org ;) Next thing I try is the i18n feature and a translation to german.