I'd like to provide this builtin if possible. I though at first a bit
like Merb does with the -c (--cluster-nodes) option. You can start
several Merb instance by doing: merb -c 3
But i really like the idea of using god to monitor rather then just
starting-stoping. What do you think could be provided within Thin to
make using god easier?
Would it be possible to provide something through the thin script?
On Jan 4, 10:46 pm, "James Golick" <jamesgol...@gmail.com
> On that note, I'm hijacking this thread.
> Clustering support doesn't really make a whole lot of sense to me, unless it
> includes some kind of process monitoring.
> Currently, I manage my thins with the god gem (god.rubyforge.org
). All I do
> is start god, and it starts my thins, and monitors them, restarting one if
> it dies, or starts using too much memory. I'll package it up, and create a
> self_healing_thin_cluster gem if anybody is interested.