|author||Caleb Land <email@example.com>||2014-04-22 16:20:09 -0400|
|committer||Caleb Land <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2014-04-22 16:20:09 -0400|
Reflect recent Capistrano 3 defaults in the README
1 files changed, 3 insertions, 3 deletions
@@ -93,8 +93,8 @@ This infers all sorts of information about your app (you can always run `/usr/lo
- pidfile: /u/application/shared/pids/unicorn.pid
- old_pidfile: /u/application/shared/pids/unicorn.pid.oldbin
+ pidfile: /u/application/shared/tmp/pids/unicorn.pid
+ old_pidfile: /u/application/shared/tmp/pids/unicorn.pid.oldbin
@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@ Let's look at these settings one by one:
`rackup`: This is the `rackup` file that unicorn uses. By default this is set to `current/config.ru` for capistrano projects.
-`pidfile`: This is also part of FreeBSD's `rc.subr` system. This is where the built in functions will look for the pid of the process. By default, this rc script looks in the `shared/pids/unicorn.pid` file.
+`pidfile`: This is also part of FreeBSD's `rc.subr` system. This is where the built in functions will look for the pid of the process. By default, this rc script looks in the `shared/tmp/pids/unicorn.pid` file.
`old_pidfile`: This is the pidfile used by unicorn to perform zero-downtime upgrades. [Procedure to replace a running unicorn executable][unicorn-0-downtime]. This rc script uses Unicorn's default convention of appending `.oldbin` to the end of the `pidfile`