IIS 7 and Above
Unable to successfully serve Ruby on Rails with FastCGI in Win 7 x64
Last post Jun 28, 2010 10:56 AM by abadincrotch
Jun 25, 2010 05:41 PM|abadincrotch|LINK
Originally with IronRuby RC4, now with 126.96.36.199 and 1.0v4, I've tried to get Ruby on Rails running on top of IIS7.5, with no success.
Has anyone successfully done this?
IronRuby is installed to a directory with no spaces in the name.
The application pool identity I believe has proper access to all DLLs and EXEs.
I think the FastCGI module is set up right (though should it be system32 or syswow64?) ...
I think the handler mapping for catch all is set up right ...
Yet currently when trying to serve /test/about I am getting a 404, with the following info in the failed request log:
ModuleName IIS Web Core
HttpReason Not Found
ErrorCode The system cannot find the file specified. (0x80070002)
Using ProcMon, this may be relevant?
5:41:24.7338126 PM w3wp.exe 620 QueryOpen C:\IronRuby\IronRubyOnRails\public\favicon.ico\web.config FAST IO DISALLOWED
5:41:24.7338692 PM w3wp.exe 620 CreateFile C:\IronRuby\IronRubyOnRails\public\favicon.ico\web.config PATH NOT FOUND Desired Access: Read Attributes, Disposition: Open, Options: Open Reparse Point, Attributes: n/a, ShareMode: Read, Write, Delete, AllocationSize:
5:41:24.7356695 PM w3wp.exe 620 QueryAllInformationFile C:\IronRuby\IronRubyOnRails\public\favicon.ico BUFFER OVERFLOW CreationTime: 2010-06-25 5:09:07 PM, LastAccessTime: 2010-06-25 5:09:07 PM, LastWriteTime: 2010-06-25 5:09:07 PM, ChangeTime: 2010-06-25
5:21:48 PM, FileAttributes: A, AllocationSize: 0, EndOfFile: 0, NumberOfLinks: 1, DeletePending: False, Directory: False, IndexNumber: 0x200000008df2c, EaSize: 0, Access: Generic Read, Position: 0, Mode: Sequential Access, AlignmentRequirement: Word
I'm thoroughly burnt out on this and would reallllly appreciate some insight from someone who has done this successfully!
Thanks in advance-
Jun 25, 2010 05:42 PM|abadincrotch|LINK
Jun 28, 2010 10:56 AM|abadincrotch|LINK
Formatting fixed. Any insight anybody? Thanks ...