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This is the PSGI branch of WebGUI8 To try this out: 0) Start from WebGUI 7.10.23 or the example .conf and create.sql that comes with WebGUI 8. 1) Run testEnvironment.pl to install all new requirements. 2) Get a new wgd from http://haarg.org/wgd 3) Copy etc/WebGUI.conf.original to www.whatever.com.conf; edit it and set dbuser, dbpass, dsn, uploadsPath (eg to /data/domains/www.example.com/public/uploads/), extrasPath, maintenancePage and siteName 4) Set WEBGUI_CONFIG to point at your new config file 5) $ export PERL5LIB='/data/WebGUI/lib' 6) $ wgd reset --upgrade 7) $ cd /data/WebGUI (or whereever you unpacked it) 8) $ rsync -r -a (or cp -a) /data/WebGUI/www/extras /data/domains/www.example.com/public/ (from whereever you unpacked it to whereever you pointed extrasPath to; note 'extras' goes inside 'public', both under where extrasPath points to) To start it: 8) $ plackup app.psgi See docs/install.txt for more detailed installation instructions. Currently, the best performance is achieved via: plackup -E none -s Starman --workers 10 --disable-keepalive You can benchmark your server via: ab -t 3 -c 10 -k http://dev.localhost.localdomain:5000/ | grep Req I'm currently getting 370 requests/second, whereas I'm getting 430/second on the non-PSGI WebGUI8 branch. = ARCHITECTURE = * The root level app.psgi file loads all the config files found and loads the site specific psgi file for each, linking them to the proper host names. * The site psgi file uses the WEBGUI_CONFIG environment variable to find the config. * It instantiates the $wg WebGUI object (one per app). * $wg creates and stores the WebGUI::Config (one per app) * $wg creates the $app PSGI app code ref (one per app) * WebGUI::Middleware::Session is wrapped around $app at the outer-most layer so that it can open and close the $session WebGUI::Session. Any other wG middleware that needs $session should go in between it and $app ($session created one per request) * $session creates the $request WebGUI::Session::Request and $response WebGUI::Session::Response objects (one per request)