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This module adds Rainbows! to the Unicorn::Configurator Rainbows!-specific configuration options must be inside a the Rainbows! block, otherwise Unicorn::Configurator directives may be used anywhere in the file.
Rainbows! do use :ThreadSpawn # concurrency model to use worker_connections 400 keepalive_timeout 0 # zero disables keepalives entirely client_max_body_size 5*1024*1024 # 5 megabytes keepalive_requests 666 # default:100 client_header_buffer_size 2 * 1024 # 2 kilobytes end # the rest of the Unicorn configuration... worker_processes 8 stderr_path "/path/to/error.log" stdout_path "/path/to/output.log"
Configures Rainbows! with a given concurrency model to use and a worker_connections upper-bound. This method should be called inside a Unicorn/Rainbows! configuration file.
All other methods in Rainbows::Configurator must be called inside this block.
Rails applications using session cookies may want to increase this to 2048 bytes or more depending on expected request sizes.
Increasing this will increase overall memory usage to your application, as you will need at least this amount of memory for every connected client.
Default: 1024 bytes
Limits the maximum size of a request body for all requests. Setting this to nil disables the maximum size check.
Default: 1 megabyte (1048576 bytes)
If you want endpoint-specific upload limits and use a “rack.input”-streaming concurrency model, see the Rainbows::MaxBody
Limits the maximum size of a request header for all requests.
Default: 112 kilobytes (114688 bytes)
Lowering this will lower worst-case memory usage and mitigate some denial-of-service attacks. This should be larger than client_header_buffer_size.
Allows overriding the klass where the copy_stream method is used to do efficient copying of regular files, pipes, and sockets.
This is only used with multi-threaded concurrency models:
Due to existing bugs in the Ruby IO.copy_stream implementation, Rainbows! uses the “sendfile” RubyGem that instead of copy_stream to transfer regular files to clients. The “sendfile” RubyGem also supports more operating systems, and works with more concurrency models.
Recent Linux 2.6 users may override this with “IO::Splice” from the “io_splice” RubyGem:
require "io/splice" Rainbows! do copy_stream IO::Splice end
Keep in mind that splice(2) itself is a relatively new system call and has been buggy in many older Linux kernels. If you're proxying the output of sockets to the client, be sure to use “io_splice” 4.1.1 or later to avoid stalling responses.
Default: IO on Ruby 1.9+, false otherwise
This limits the number of requests which can be made over a keep-alive connection. This is used to prevent single client from monopolizing the server and to improve fairness when load-balancing across multiple machines by forcing a client to reconnect. This may be helpful in mitigating some denial-of-service attacks.
Default: 100 requests
Sets the value (in seconds) the server will wait for a client in between requests. The default value should be enough under most conditions for browsers to render the page and start retrieving extra elements.
Setting this value to 0 disables keepalive entirely
Default: 5 seconds
Select a concurrency model for use with Rainbows!. You must select this with a Symbol (prefixed with “:”). Thus if you wish to select the Rainbows::ThreadSpawn concurrency model, you would use:
Rainbows! do use :ThreadSpawn end
See the Summary document for a summary of supported concurrency models. options may be specified for some concurrency models, but the majority do not support them.
Default: :Base (no concurrency)