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Re^2: start Mojolicious::Commands application daemon on localhost

by Anonymous Monk
on Feb 13, 2012 at 19:44 UTC ( #953532=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: start Mojolicious::Commands application daemon on localhost
in thread start Mojolicious::Commands application daemon on localhost

Thank you.

Apparently  appname -help daemon will print that stuff out

and appname -l http://localhost:80/ will work start listening on localhost only

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Re^3: start Mojolicious::Commands application daemon on localhost
by neptuneray (Sexton) on Apr 24, 2012 at 06:06 UTC

    I am new to Mojolicious (and also Plack), and I like what I see. I am currently running my Apps on a Virtual Dedicated host with Apache 2.2 and mod_fastcgi. But my web framework is "homegrown", and I really need the middleware that these offer.

    My problem is using the server that is provided (Mojo's or plackup). They call them daemons, but they do not run in detached bg as Apache (httpd) does, but instead tie up a terminal.

    What am I missing? I can't believe such beautiful software would be run that way in production.

    Thanks, Ray

      Never mind. I've discovered hypnotoad, and it appears to do what I need in production.

      Thanks just the same. Ray

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