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passenger-seat

0.1.1 • Public • Published

Passenger-Seat

Helper for setting application environment within Phusion Passenger for Apache

What is it?

A convience module for when your Dev & Prod machines differ in that one uses Phusion Passenger for Apache to deploy Node apps, and you don't want to change configurations.

Why dont' you use PhusionPassenger in both dev & prod?

Because shut up.

Will this also work with Phusion Passgener for Nginx and/or Standalone?

No idea, as these are both untested, and I have only ever used it with Phusion Passenger for Apache. However, I would suspect that it would work with Nginx as well, and not be needed at all for Phusion Passenger Standalone, since it will only run a single app at any given time.

How do I use it?

Just include & call it:

var port = require('./passenger-seat')();

This will configure the PhusionPassenger object (if exists) and return the string of "passenger" to be used when you pass a port to your app.

If the PhusionPassenger object does not exist, it will first try to return the value of process.env.PORT (if set), otherwise it will use the default - which is '1337'.

To set your own default port number, you can simply pass it into the call like so:

// set default port to 3000
var port = require('./passenger-seat')(3000);

In any case, once you have your port defined, you just pass it to your app

var server = http.createServer(onRequest).listen(port);

It is strongly recommended that passenger-seat is called as early as possible, as noted in the Phusion Passenger user group

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npm i passenger-seat

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