It uses the fetch the app's name and number of web dynos . It takes a hint for concurrency per dyno based on the WEB CONCURRENCY config var.when you connect to the page to
All of the metrics are derived from 60 seconds …
The final option for consideration is em-resque - an EventMachine based worker system. There is a great blog post explaining the problems and reasons behind this gem's creation - we're just about to give it a go, so hopefully it will be as good as it looks.
So far, a standardworker in our case can process 120 jobs per minute, the resque-jobs-per-fork set at 500 jobs per fork can manage about 300 jobs per minute (average) while running with no forking (using …
…years working to advance and improve puma . It's my belief that puma and sidekiq are a new breed of Ruby infrastructure that can dramatically improve your application's efficiency — should you decide to take advantage of them.'s efficiency through concurrency, first with EventMachine and fibers and now with and multithreading so it shouldn't surprise you that my #1 pick is
puma is a pure Ruby,web server and drops right …
And a happyto you as well.
Colour Schemes - A whole pile of 'em for 2 or .
Zuck - to use 's ads .
Cramp - web application framework built on top of EventMachine.
Skitch and - Looks like they're actually listening to user feedback. Amazing. : A from Lang
Describing a slide deck with 'developers need to stop using EventMachine. It's the wrong direction' is a sure-fire way to get attention :-)
Growing a : How We Made Deploy Fast Again
The developers atbrought their deploy time down from 10 minutes to 50 seconds. How? You gotta read for that.
Watching and Listening
Aaron on ' Rails 4 and the of Web'
Earlier this month at Aloha Ruby Conference 2012…
Not up to speed with EventMachine yet? No worries,kicks off a series of blog posts introducing us to the popular event-processing library (which, incidentally, hit version 1.0 just this month.)
An Experiment in of Ruby: FastRuby
(of fame) shows off an experiment in doing static compilation of to . Short and sweet and leans on JRuby…
…was the only application server that was able to support high I/O concurrency use cases. Built on EventMachine, Thin is evented, just like. Since then, another evented application server called has appeared, also built on EventMachine. However, evented servers require evented application code, and is clearly not evented.
There have been attempts to make serial-looking code evented through the use of the em-synchrony gem , …1.9 fibers, e.g. through
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Every track request to previously written about .sends a request to Pusher. We do this using EventMachine in a thread, as I have
…and weaknesses, though the most common is EventMachine. Just like our simple reactor, EventMachine offers timers and asynchronous handling of events, though EventMachine's versions will scale better. This article's version uses the select() call, which limits code using it to 1024 open file descriptors. On the other hand, EventMachine, if used on a platform that support epoll ( Linux) or kqueue (various * BSD platforms), can readily support at least 10s of thousands. EventMachine…