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DOC-524 removing a duplicate page and links to it and a graphic.

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* [[Troubleshooting|ssh-troubleshooting]]
* [[Tips and HowTos|app-howto-intro]]
* [[Introduction|app-howto-intro]]
- * [[Upgrading to Ruby 1.9|upgrading-to-ruby19]]
* [[SSL certificates|ssl-certificates]]
* [[Adding Cron jobs | adding-cron-jobs]]
* [[Bundler tips|bundler-tips-for-cloud]]
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## Topics
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-* ### [[Upgrading to Ruby 1.9|upgrading-to-ruby19]]
- Learn how to upgrade an environment to run Ruby 1.9.
* ### [[Managing SSL certificates|ssl-certificates]]
Learn how to manage SSL certificates.
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Ruby 1.9.2 has been available in AppCloud for a while. However, until now, Ruby 1.8.7 has been the default Runtime.
-For more information, see [[Upgrading to Ruby 1.9|upgrading-to-ruby19]].
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<a href=#update3><h2 id="update3"> <b>Major:</b> Passenger 3 is now generally available in AppCloud</h2></a>
August 3rd, 2011
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Tips to help you troubleshoot issues related to SSH on Engine Yard Cloud.
## How Tos
-
-* ### [[Upgrading to Ruby 1.9|upgrading-to-ruby19]]
- Learn how to upgrade an environment to run Ruby 1.9.
* ### [[Managing SSL certificates|ssl-certificates]]
Learn how to manage SSL certificates on Engine Yard Cloud.
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-# Upgrading to Ruby 1.9
-
-Ruby 1.9 is version of MRI which brings substantial performance improvements. Engine Yard's version of Ruby 1.9 also has garbage collection enabled, which allows customization for your specific requirements.
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-Each environment is associated with a specific version of the runtime that is used to run all applications contained in that environment.
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-**Important!** It is highly recommended that you first test Ruby 1.9 in a new staging environment with your existing application.
-
-## To create a Ruby 1.9 environment for your application
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-1. In the Dashboard, click the name of your application.
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-2. On the Environment, click Create New Environment.
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-3. Complete the fields for the environment. Make sure to select Ruby 1.9.2 for the Runtime.
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-![Figure 1](images/ruby_192.png)
-
-
-##To edit an existing environment to use Ruby 1.9
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-After you test Ruby 1.9 with your application(s), you can switch your production environment to Ruby 1.9.
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-1. Stop the environment.
-2. On the Environment page, click Edit Environments.
-4. Under Runtime, select Ruby 1.9.2.
-5. Update and boot the environment.

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