Trapeze - AMQP Web Routing
Trapeze-rb provides a Ruby-Rack binding for the Trapeze (github.com/paulj/trapeze) AMQP web router and balancer. Please see the Trapeze pages for more details.
Trapeze currently needs to be installed via source with:
git clone git://github.com/paulj/trapeze-rb.git cd trapeze-rb rake build install
You'll also need a Trapeze server running. Please see github.com/paulj/trapeze/blob/master/README.rdoc for instructions on getting this installed and running.
Running an application via the trapeze helper
Trapeze provides a Rack (rack.rubyforge.org) adapter, allowing any standard Rack application to be made available. It also bundles a script called trapeze that will start up an instance of Thin using Trapeze (AMQP) as a backend. This section will cover running a simple Sinatra application with the trapeze helper.
Firstly, say we have a simple Sinatra application (called simple-app.rb):
require 'rubygems' require 'sinatra' get '/' do "Hello World" end
To run with the trapeze adapter, you'll need a simple rackup configuration file. Create a config.ru such as:
require 'simple-app' set :run, false run Sinatra::Application
From the command line, you can now start this application with a command line such as:
trapezerb -k "get.localhost.#" -n simple-ruby-app -R config.ru start
Thin should boot, and provide output such as:
>> Thin web server (v1.0.0 codename That's What She Said) >> Maximum connections set to 1024 >> Listening on simple-ruby-app via localhost, CTRL+C to stop
You can now visit localhost:55672 to see you application.
Configuring Sinatra to use Trapeze as the default server
To make a Sintatra application run Trapeze instead of thin, a simple script such as the following can be used:
require 'rubygems' require 'sinatra' require 'trapeze' set :Host, 'localhost' set :Port, 'get.localhost.#' set :Queue_Name, 'simple' get '/' do "Hello World" end
This instructs Sinatra to start Trapeze as the Rack adapter; and informs trapeze that it should use an server available at localhost; and informs trapeze that it should listen to any GET requests made to the localhost domain.
You can now run the application with:
You should see it startup with something like:
== Sinatra/0.9.2 has taken the stage on *.localhost.*./.# for development with backup from Trapeze
You can now visit localhost:55672, and see you own Sinatra app serving pages!
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