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Switching to Rubinus on OS X & Heroku

Rubinus is a ruby VM written in C with true parallelism support, and a cool design that attempts to write as much of the interpreter as possible in ruby itself. It’s been developed for a few years now, with financial supported by Engine Yard and is stating to mature. Heroku have included it as pre-installed   …Continue Reading

Puma on Heroku with MRI

Or, How to use Puma like Unicorn I’ve been reading some very good things about Puma (all-Rack stack, proper thread support, & more). I gave it a try with the thread-friendly Rails4, on the thread-friendly Rubinius. To my surprise, the heroku+rails4+puma+rubinius performance was woeful. I’m not sure what I got wrong, but I was seeing   …Continue Reading