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psgi (14) Versions 0.0.6

Configures and runs psgi application

Berkshelf/Librarian
Policyfile
Knife
cookbook 'psgi', '= 0.0.6'
cookbook 'psgi', '= 0.0.6', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install psgi
knife cookbook site download psgi
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Description

configures and runs psgi application as fastcgi server

Features

web servers supported

  • FCGI (more coming soon)

web frameworks supported

Definitions

psgi_application

Definitions parameters

  • operator (Catalyst|Dancer|Jifty), default value Catalyst
  • application_user, change to this username before starting the process
  • application_home, absolute path to directory holding application home
  • enable_service, whether to add service to run levels, default on
  • script - absolute path to psgi script
  • daemon_name, optional, if not set evaluted as basename from script
  • daemon_path - absolute path to daemon, optional, default value is path to system installed plackup
  • socket, optional
  • environment, default value {}, hash containing environmental variables
  • perl5lib, default value [], array containing perl5lib paths
  • nproc, default value 1, number of child processes to launch
  • proc_manager, default value nil
  • proc_title, optional, how the processes are seen in process list
  • mount, default value nil
  • config, absolute path to application configuration file, optional for operator => 'Dancer'
  • debug, default value 1
  • plackup_environment, default value development
  • cookbook, default value psgi, the name of cookbook where init script template coming from

Usage example

# run Catalyst Application (default flavour)
psgi_application 'my application' do
    application_user    'user'
    application_home    '/home/user/app/MyApplication'
    script              '/home/user/app/MyApplication/scripts/foo.psgi'
    config              '/home/user/app/MyApplication/app.conf'
    action              'install'      
end

# run Dancer application
psgi_application 'my application' do
    application_user    'user'
    application_home    '/home/user/app/MyApplication'
    script              '/home/user/app/MyApplication/scripts/foo.psgi'
    operator            'Dancer'
    action              'install'      
end

# run Jifty application
psgi_application 'my application' do
    application_user    'user'
    application_home    '/home/user/app/MyApplication'
    script              '/home/user/app/MyApplication/scripts/foo.psgi'
    config              '/home/user/app/MyApplication/app.conf'
    operator            'Jifty'
    action              'install'      
end

# test application
psgi_application 'my application' do
    application_user    'user'
    application_group   'user'
    application_home    '/home/user/app/MyApplication'
    script              '/home/user/app/MyApplication/scripts/foo.psgi'
    config              '/home/user/app/MyApplication/app.conf'
    action              'test'      
end

# usage with non system plackup
psgi_application 'my application' do
    application_user    'user'
    application_home    '/home/user/app/MyApplication'
    script              '/home/user/app/MyApplication/scripts/foo.psgi'
    config              '/home/user/app/MyApplication/app.conf'
    action              'install'
    daemon_path         '/home/user/app/MyApplication/cpanlib/bin/plackup'      
end

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