Hey guys, I am in the process of porting an old CGI based web app to PSGI.
I am just seeking some clarification about how to best configure my environment for hot deployment / CI.
Environment (so far)
- CentOS 6.7
- PSGI WebApp
- Server::Starter (??)
Here is what I want to be able to do:
- Have the server start on boot (CentOS Service possibly?)
- Deploy code to host (most likely using whiskey_disk or possibly git hooks)
- Gracefully restart server
Where I am really looking for guidance is how to best configure the server/application on the CentOS machine so that it will start on boot and can easily be managed (start/stop/graceful restart).
Once I have that in place I can automate my deployment fairly easily using various tools.
I just can't get my head around how to use Server::Starter properly in this instance.
Thanks in advance!
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