Phusion Passenger is an Apache and Nginx module for deploying Ruby on Rails web applications, and is mainly focused on ease of use and stability.
Phusion Passenger is under constant maintenance and development. We are pleased to announce Phusion Passenger version 2.2.11. This is a bug fix release.
- Improved Bundler support.
- Previous versions might not be able to correctly load gems bundled by Bundler. We’ve also documented how our Bundler support works and how to override our support if you need special behavior. Please refer to the Phusion Passenger Users Guide, section "Bundler support".
- Worked around some user account handling bugs in Ruby.
- Issue #192.
- [Apache] Suppress bogus mod_xsendfile-related error messages.
- When mod_xsendfile is being used, Phusion Passenger might print bogus error messages like "EPIPE" or "Apache stopped forwarding the backend’s response" to the log file. These messages are normal, are harmless and can be safely ignored, but they pollute the log file. So in this release we’ve added code to suppress these messages when mod_xsendfile is being used. Issue #474.
- [Nginx] Fixed “passenger_user_switching off” permission problems
- If Nginx is running as root and passenger_user_switching is turned off, then Phusion Passenger would fail to initialize because of a permission problem. This has been fixed. Issue #458.
- [Nginx] Nginx >= 0.8.38 is now supported.
- Thanks to Sergey A. Osokin for reporting the problem.
- [Nginx] passenger-install-nginx-module upgraded
- It now defaults to installing Nginx 0.7.65 instead of 0.7.64.
- Fixed some Ruby 1.9 tempfile.rb compatibility problems.
- Fixed some compilation problems on some ARM Linux platforms.
How do I upgrade to 2.2.12?
Via a gem
Please install it with the following command:
gem install passenger
Or, if you’re an Nginx user:
Please don’t forget to copy & paste the Apache/Nginx config snippet that the installer gives you.
Via a native Linux package
John Leach from Brightbox has kindly provided an Ubuntu 8.04 package for Phusion Passenger. The package is available from the Brightbox repository which you can find at:
Add the following line to the Third Party Software Sources:
deb http://apt.brightbox.net hardy main
(The simplest way to do that is to create a file in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ containing the deb instruction, and then run ‘apt-get update’).
Once you’ve done this then you can install Phusion Passenger by running:
sudo apt-get install libapache2-mod-passenger
sudo apt-get install nginx-brightbox
(Note that John is currently packaging 2.2.12, so it might take a while before this release shows up in the apt repository.)
Phusion Passenger is provided to the community for free. If you like Phusion Passenger, please consider sending us a donation. Thank you!