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Scaling Puppet With Apache And mod_passenger

Feb 27, 2012, 13:04 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to An Anonymous Reader for this link. ]

"As you keep on adding more and more machines to Puppet, it tends to get slower. A major reason for this is that Puppet uses Webrick by default which it ships with. While webrick is good for testing and small scale deployments, it performs poorly as the number of machines increases. So a good alternative is to use Apache or Nginx in combination with mod_passenger or Unicorn. I'll show you how to use Apache + mod_passenger in a very concise way. I think using other combinations should be equally easy.

"Install httpd and mod_passenger into your puppetmaster box. Use Phusion Passenger RPM Repository for mod_passenger if it is not available for your distribution. # yum install mod_passenger httpd"

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