Hey all,

Version 0.6.2 (codename Rambo) of the fastest Ruby server is out!

http://code.macournoyer.com/thin/

== What's new?

Important bug fixes for 0.6.1 Cheesecake, please update!
A couple people reported memory & cpu spikes and hangs during file  
upload,
this release should take care of those issues.

  * Server now let current connections finish before stopping, fixes #18
  * Fix uploading hanging bug when body is moved to a tempfile,
    also delete the tempfile properly upon completion, fixes #25
  * 'thin restart' now sends HUP signals rather then stopping &  
starting, closes #17
  * HUP signal now launches a new process with the same options.
  * Add PID and more info from the last request to the Stats adapter
    mostly taken from Rack::ShowException.
  * pid and log files in cluster are no longer required to be relative  
to the
    app directory (chdir option), fixes #24
  * Revert to using #each when building response headers under Ruby 1.8,
    solves an issue w/ Camping adapter, fixes #22
  * Restructure thin script options in 3 sections: server, daemon and  
cluster
  * Add --only (-o) option to control only one server of a cluster.
  * Stylize stats page and make the url configurable from the thin  
script.
  * Raise error if attempting to use unix sockets on windows.
  * Add example config files for http://www.tildeslash.com/monit usage.
    Include the example file using include /path/to/thin/monit/file in  
your monitrc file.
    The group settings let you do this to manage your clusters:

      sudo monit -g blog restart all

    There are examples of thin listening on sockets and thin listening  
on unix sockets.

== Get it!

  sudo gem install thin

Or using my mirror:

  sudo gem install thin --source http://code.macournoyer.com

WARNING:
   Thin is still alpha software, if you use it on your server you  
understand the
   risks that are involved.

== Contribute

If you're using Thin, let me know and I'll put your site on http://code.macournoyer.com/thin/users/

Thin is driven by an active community of passionate coders and  
benchmarkers.
Please join us, contribute or share some ideas in Thin Google Group:
http://groups.google.com/group/thin-ruby/topics

Also on IRC: #thin on freenode

Thanks to all the people who contributed to Thin, EventMachine, Rack  
and Mongrel.

Marc-Andre Cournoyer
http://macournoyer.com/