Try this link:

http://www.zedshaw.com/projects/ruby_event/scgi_howto.html

It's the quick howto to get a ruby on rails application up and running.  Use the --help for the scgi_rails command to see what commands it has.  And then each command has it's own --help to see what options it supports.  For example:

scgi_rails start --help

Please be aware especially of the start -e option which configures the environment.  Otherwise you'll think it runs slow because it's running in debugging mode.

Let me know how it works for you.

Zed

On Fri, 2 Sep 2005 14:17:21 +0900
"Neville Burnell" <Neville.Burnell / bmsoft.com.au> wrote:

> >> mostly targets running Ruby On Rails with the Ruby/Event scgi_rails
> runner. 
> 
> Hi Zed,
> 
> I must has missed this part, but how do you use Ruby/Event with Ruby on
> Rails ?
> 
> Neville
>