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    JRoR Deploying Rails on JRuby JRoR Deploying Rails on JRuby Presentation Transcript

    • JRoR Deploying Rails on JRuby Per Olesen <polesen@nordija.com> Nordija A/S Nørgaardsvej 7 DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby www.nordija.com +45 70 20 25 10
    • Agenda • JRuby • Rails Integration • Future Perspectives
    • JRuby
    • Why JRuby? • Dynamic Languages are hot and cool :-) • To leverage the lovely Ruby language on the JVM • To make all the nice, proven libraries of the Java platform available to Ruby code • The best of both worlds? • To ease the transition from Java into dynamic languages • To fight M$ and the DLR?
    • JRuby: The Project • Ruby on the Java VM • Partly sponsored by Sun – Charles Oliver Nutter (Sun employee now) – Thomas Enebo (Sun employee now) – Ola Bini (ThoughtWorker) – Nick Sieger (Digital River, Inc) • Goal – Provide a platform to execute Ruby code on the JVM
    • JRuby: The Platform Ruby source Ruby std. Libs (in ruby) Ruby native code JIT compiled libs rewritten in JIT rubycode Java Interpreter Compiler (bytecode) (bytecode) JRuby Runtime The JVM
    • Example: The IRB Console • Download the zip and unzip • Set JRUBY_HOME=path to unzip place • Set PATH=%JRUBY_HOME%bin;%PATH% • Type: jirb <enter> • Take a tour in the unzipped dirs • Live example.....
    • Java Integration: (J)Ruby into Java • With JSE6, you can use JSR-223 APIs – Needs: https://scripting.dev.java.net/ • Or else, there is BSF integration • Or, simply code it – Ruby runtime = Ruby.getDefaultInstance() – runtime.evalScript(”...”) • Live example....
    • Java Integration: Java into (J)Ruby • Low-level API – Wrapping in JavaObject, JavaMethod, JavaField – java_method.invoke(java_object, java_field, ...) • High-level API – Wrapping low-level API in a JavaProxy – A JavaProxy has all the methods of the Java object wrapped – Calls the actual Java object methods using low-level API – Output from a proxy is automatically wrapped • Live example....
    • Performance Tips • Turn on -server VM (JVM setting) • Turn on JIT (JRuby setting) • Turning off ObjectSpace – Breaks ability to look into the heap from app. code • Turn on thread-pooling – Ruby uses green-threads (yuk!) – Some Ruby libs spawns a lot of threads – Expensive with native threads
    • Rails Integration
    • Why Rails Integration? • Rails deployment can be complex – Rails is not thread-safe – Multi-process deployment – Needs load-balancing front-end – Harder to monitor – Not everything in one deployment unit • Rails deployment for a Java-shop – A completely new platform to learn – Not what Joe-systems-management likes – Existing (Java appserver) setup not leveraged
    • Parts of Rails Integration • ActiveRecord-JDBC – Actually separate, but important part of rails • RailsIntegration – A plugin for rails to do war building – Some session handling code – A dispatcher servlet into JRuby runtime
    • Installing Rails Integration • First, you need a rails project – Gem install rails -y – Rails helloworld • Then, install rails plugin script/plugin install svn://rubyforge.org/var/svn/jruby-extras/trunk/railsintegration/plugins/goldspike
    • Installing ActiveRecord-JDBC • Gem install activerecord-jdbc -y • configenvironment.rb – After the ”require File.join(...'boot')” line, add this: if RUBY_PLATFORM =~ /java/ require 'rubygems' require 'active_record' require 'active_record/connection_adapters/jdbc_adapter' RAILS_CONNECTION_ADAPTERS = %w(jdbc) end
    • Using Rails Integration • See the new tasks with: ”rake --tasks” • Using war packaging – Rake war:standalone:create – Rake war:standalone:run
    • Using ActiveRecord-JDBC • Generate model and controller – scriptgenerate model post ... – scriptgenerate controller Post – Add ”scaffold :post” • Edit configdatabase.yml – Adapter: mysql – Url: jdbc:mysql://... • Migrate • Add jdbc driver jar dependency in ”configwar.rb”: – maven_library 'mysql', 'mysql-connector-java', '3.1.12'
    • Deployment in a war • Why? – One deployment unit – Leverage JEE appservers multi-threading • RailsServlet – Instantiates a pool of Ruby runtimes – Pooling overcomes threading issues – Rails is initialized in each runtime – Dispatches incoming requests into rails
    • Future Perspectives
    • Why is this hard? (part 1) • No RubySpec (yet) – There is a wiki working on this • Large parts of the Ruby platform is in native code – Must be rewritten in Ruby or Java – Rubinius might help out here – Lots of 3. part libs will not be rewritten (as part of the JRuby project) • Parts of the Ruby platform are un-doable on JSE platform – Green threading – File operations – Fine grained timing
    • Why is this hard? (part 2) • Dynamic languages are different! – You can do things that are not possible in statically typed languages • The JVM is not a good fit for dynamic languages (yet) • JVM fixes for dynamic languages – Invokedynamic – Code hotswapping – JSR-292
    • Performance on the JVM • Today – Significantly slower on JRuby – But, not many optimizations done (yet) – Faster on some places where hotspot kicks in • Future – Invokedynamic, hotswapping, etc... – Might enable better performance – The hotspot compiler might kick-ass then • What is ”performance enough”? – How much do you really need if you can scale out? – Ease of Development is important
    • Ruby 1.9 • Current Ruby 1.8 mostly run on MRI • Ruby 1.9 – The upcoming implementation to measure against – Will be a true bytecode-based VM • VM bytecode targeted ruby language – Will give better ability to tailor performance to the language
    • Other X-platform Ruby Projects • XRuby – Ruby to Java Bytecode Compiler • Rubinius – A Ruby implementation in Ruby – Based on Smalltalk-80 (Squeak) – Rewriting the complete Ruby standard lib. in Ruby – Others can use the rewrite on their implementations • Ruby on .Net compiler – Gardens Point Ruby.NET compiler (MSIL based) – M$ IronRuby (DLR based)
    • M$: Dynamic Language Runtime • A Dynamic Runtime on top of the CLR • Type System – A unified type-system for dynamic languages and the .Net platform – Passing objects between IronRuby, IronPython and .Net platform • Part of IronPython sources now (I think) • SilverLight will utilize this (I think)
    • Who are doing the JRuby Dance? • ThoughtWorks – Mingle – CruiseControl.rb (simply ruby) – A lot of Ruby projects • Others, I guess!? – This is new stuff – Promising and steaming hot, but new stuff!
    • Resources • http://jruby.codehaus.org/ • http://www.headius.com/rubyspec/ • http://rubyforge.org/projects/jruby-extras/ • Me – Per Olesen <polesen@nordija.com> – http://techpolesen.blogspot.com/