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Kuba Suder wrote a blog post on how to declutter the lib directory in Rails apps based on his experience cleaning up his own.
The guys from Phusion wrote up a very detailed article comparing their Phusion Passenger app server with Puma.
It goes over multiple aspects, like concurrency, deployment models, performance for both CPU and I/O bound applications, memory usage, management tools, garbage collection, debugging, fault tolerance, resource control, documentation and runtime support.
Sebastian Martinez has recently released version 4.0 of the Exception Notification gem.
The new version includes bug fixes, support for sidekiq and resque, better logging for notification errors and it's Rails 4 compatible.
It also adds email and campfire notifiers, support for Webhooks, custom notifiers and it introduces a couple of changes the configuration API.
The Octopus gem allows you to do Database Sharding in ActiveRecord and they just released version 0.6.0.
A couple of different things are new in this version, like some refactorings and clean ups, removal of the Octopus::Logger, using the MySQL2 Driver instead of MySQL for the spec suite and, most importantly dropping support for Rails 2.x.
If you need Rails 2, then Octopus 0.5 is the latest version that you can use. Octopus 0.6 is Rails 3 only and the not-yet-released Octopus 0.7 is planning to support Rails 4.
Jesse Storrimer wrote an article on RubySource in which he shows a couple of caveats when working with UNIX signals and how you can solve them using a trick called the self-pipe.
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