|tag name||v3.3.0 (07b2f2189ab844b09679a492ee25964fd527f449)|
|tag date||2011-05-16 14:15:04 -0700|
|tagged by||Eric Wong <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|tagged object||commit bc4f5510cd...|
Rainbows! 3.3.0 - doc improvements and more
* improved documentation all around, suggestions/comments to further improve documentation is greatly welcome at: email@example.com * added GPLv3 option to the license (now (Ruby|GPLv2|GPLv3), though Unicorn is still (Ruby|GPLv2) for now) * added client_header_buffer_size config directive (default 1K) * small default header buffer size (16K => 1K) to reduce memory usage, Rails apps with cookie sessions may want to increase this (~2K) * all concurrency models default to 50 connections per process * all concurrency models with a secondary :pool_size parameter also default to 50 (threads/fibers/whatever) * RLIMIT_NOFILE and RLIMIT_NPROC are automatically increased if needed * Rainbows::ThreadTimeout middleware rewritten, still not recommended, lazy people should be using Unicorn anyways :) * Several experimental Linux-only edge-triggered epoll options: XEpollThreadSpawn, XEpollThreadPool, XEpoll, and Epoll. The latter two were in previous releases but never announced. These require the "sleepy_penguin", "raindrops", and "sendfile" RubyGems === Deprecations * Rainbows::Fiber::IO* APIs all deprecated, Rainbows! will avoid having any concurrency model-specific APIs in the future and also avoid introducing new APIs for applications. * Fiber-based concurrency models are no longer recommended, they're too fragile for most apps, use at your own risk (they'll continue to be supported, however). Linux NPTL + Ruby 1.9 is pretty lightweight and will be even lighter in Ruby 1.9.3 if you're careful with stack usage in your C extensions.