- EXAMPLE CONFIGURATION
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FCGI::Engine::Manager - Manage multiple FCGI::Engine instances
#!/usr/bin/perl my $m = FCGI::Engine::Manager->new( conf => 'conf/my_app_conf.yml' ); my ($command, $server_name) = @ARGV; $m->start($server_name) if $command eq 'start'; $m->stop($server_name) if $command eq 'stop'; $m->restart($server_name) if $command eq 'restart'; $m->graceful($server_name) if $command eq 'graceful'; print $m->status($server_name) if $command eq 'status'; # on the command line perl all_my_fcgi_backends.pl start perl all_my_fcgi_backends.pl stop perl all_my_fcgi_backends.pl restart foo.server # etc ...
Use with Catalyst
Use with Plack
Here is an example configuration in YAML, it should be noted that the options for each server are basically the constructor params to FCGI::Engine::Manager::Server and are passed verbatim to it. This means that if you subclass FCGI::Engine::Manager::Server and set the
server_class: option appropriately, it should pass any new options you added to your subclass automatically. The third server in the list shows exactly how this is used with a Plack application.
--- - name: "foo.server" server_class: "FCGI::Engine::Manager::Server" scriptname: "t/scripts/foo.pl" nproc: 1 pidfile: "/tmp/foo.pid" socket: "/tmp/foo.socket" additional_args: [ "-I", "lib/" ] - name: "bar.server" scriptname: "t/scripts/bar.pl" nproc: 1 pidfile: "/tmp/bar.pid" socket: "/tmp/bar.socket" - name: "baz.server" server_class: "FCGI::Engine::Manager::Server::Plackup" scriptname: "t/scripts/baz.psgi" # the .psgi file nproc: 1 pidfile: "/tmp/baz.pid" socket: "/tmp/baz.socket" additional_args: [ "-E", "production" ] # plackup specific option
All complex software has bugs lurking in it, and this module is no exception. If you find a bug please either email me, or add the bug to cpan-RT.
Stevan Little <firstname.lastname@example.org>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright 2007-2010 by Infinity Interactive, Inc.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.