Phusion Passenger is a fast and robust web server and application server for Ruby, Python, Node.js and Meteor. Passenger takes a lot of complexity out of deploying web apps, and adds powerful enterprise-grade features that are useful in production. High-profile companies such as Apple, New York Times, AirBnB, Juniper, American Express, etc are already using it, as well as over 350.000 websites.
Phusion Passenger is under constant maintenance and development. Version 4.0.42 is a bugfix release.
Phusion Passenger also has an Enterprise version which comes with a wide array of additional features. By buying Phusion Passenger Enterprise you will directly sponsor the development of the open source version.
- [Nginx] Upgraded the preferred Nginx version to 1.6.0.
- [Nginx] Fixed compatibility with Nginx 1.7.0.
- [Standalone] The MIME type for .woff files has been changed to application/font-woff. Fixes issue #1071.
- There are now APT packages for Ubuntu 14.04. At the same time, packages for Ubuntu 13.10 have been abandoned.
- Introduced a new command, `passenger-config build-native-support`, for ensuring that the native_support library for the current Ruby interpreter is built. This is useful in system provisioning scripts.
- For security reasons, friendly error pages (those black/purple pages that shows the error message, backtrace and environment variable dump when an application fails to start) are now disabled by default when the application environment is set to ‘staging’ or ‘production’. Fixes issue #1063.
- Fixed some compilation warnings on Ubuntu 14.04.
- Fixed some compatibility problems with Rake 10.2.0 and later. See Rake issue 274.
- Improved error handling in Union Station support.
- Data is now sent to Union Station on a more frequent basis, in order to make new data show up more quickly.
- Information about the code revision is now sent to Union Station, which will be used in the upcoming deployment tracking feature in Union Station 2.
Installing or upgrading to 4.0.42
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