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Re^3: Setting $0 clears /proc/PID/environ too

by Your Mother (Archbishop)
on Jan 17, 2020 at 10:33 UTC ( #11111518=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Setting $0 clears /proc/PID/environ too
in thread Setting $0 clears /proc/PID/environ too

I had to give up using Starman early because of weird issues with internal port allocation (nothing I was doing) and segfaults. I had trouble with it on both OS X and CentOS. I have no idea if it will address your particular deployment issue but I went to uWSGI as my application engine several years ago and itís been working great with nearly no oversight, on Ubuntu, CentOS, and OS X.

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Re^4: Setting $0 clears /proc/PID/environ too
by kikuchiyo (Friar) on Jan 17, 2020 at 22:27 UTC

    Thanks for the tip! I was vaguely aware of uWSGI, but I must have dismissed it as a python thing back then. I didn't know it supported Perl out of the box.

    By the way we don't have too many problems with Starman, it does its job. One grumble I have with it is that it being a descendant of Net::Server::PreFork, it has support for dynamically scaling the number of workers, but this fact is not documented and normally it is set up to use a fixed number of workers.

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