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Migrate to JRuby

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My Talk on Ruby Conf China 2013, experience about how we migrate Ruby on Rails project to JRuby in Groupon Payments.

My Talk on Ruby Conf China 2013, experience about how we migrate Ruby on Rails project to JRuby in Groupon Payments.

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  • 1. Migrate to JRuby What We Learned
  • 2. ian yang @doitian
  • 3. Agenda • Background • How to Migrate • What We Learned
  • 4. Background
  • 5. Breadcrumb Payments
  • 6. The Codebase • 4 Ruby on Rails applications • Ruby 1.9.2 and Rails 3.2.1
  • 7. Why JRuby? • Multithreading • Memory Leak • Easy integration of libraries on JVM
  • 8. How to Migrate
  • 9. Choose a Deploy Strategy
  • 10. Archive File Capistrano Scheduler Background Jobs Clustering Warbler ✔ Trinidad ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ TorqueBox ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
  • 11. Archive File Capistrano Scheduler Background Jobs Clustering Warbler ✔ Trinidad ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ TorqueBox ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
  • 12. JRuby-Lint https://github.com/jruby/jruby-lint
  • 13. What We Learned
  • 14. Gems Alternatives
  • 15. Wiki: C Extension Alternatives https://github.com/jruby/jruby/wiki/C-ExtensionAlternatives
  • 16. Lock Compatible Version
  • 17. gem 'rubyzip', '<1.0.0'
  • 18. *nix to JVM
  • 19. • Cannot trap all signals • No Kernel#fork
  • 20. Kernel#fork → Thread.new
  • 21. Thread-safety
  • 22. Avoid Sharing Mutable State Between Threads
  • 23. Global Variable Class Variable Class Instance Variable
  • 24. Lazy Initialization → Preload
  • 25. class Cvv ✘ def self.redis @@redis ||= Redis.new(...) end end
  • 26. class Cvv def self.redis @@redis end def self.redis=(r) @@redis = r end end ✔ ! # config/initializers/cvv.rb Cvv.redis = Redis.new(...)
  • 27. Thread Local Storage
  • 28. class Processor class_attribute :skip ✘ ! def execute do_something unless self.class.skip end end
  • 29. ✔ class Processor def self.skip Thread.current['Processor.skip'] end def self.skip=(s) Thread.current['Processor.skip'] = s end end
  • 30. Atomic Variable
  • 31. class Airlock class_variable :enabled end ✘
  • 32. # gem 'atomic'! ✔ class Airlock! @@enabled = Atomic.new(false)! def self.enabled! @@enabled.value! end! def self.enabled=(e)! @@enabled.update { e }! end! end
  • 33. Locks require 'thread'! mutex = Mutex.new! ! Thread.new do! mutex.synchronize do! ...! end! end
  • 34. Reference: Concurrency in JRuby https://github.com/jruby/jruby/wiki/Concurrency-injruby
  • 35. Reference: Ruby Mutithreading http://www.tutorialspoint.com/ruby/ ruby_multithreading.htm
  • 36. Resque
  • 37. • Jobs run in the same process • Free the resources • No Fork
  • 38. OpenSSL
  • 39. Full OpenSSL Support gem 'jruby-openssl'
  • 40. Different Cryptography Implementations https://github.com/jruby/jruby/issues/931
  • 41. Cryptography Adapter • Use OpenSSL in CRuby • Use JCE directly in JRuby (java_import)
  • 42. Tuning
  • 43. TorqueBox + JBoss
  • 44. Connection Pool Size
  • 45. Thread Pool Size
  • 46. JVM Memory
  • 47. How To? • Benchmark • Monitoring
  • 48. References
  • 49. Deploying with JRuby
  • 50. JRuby Wiki https://github.com/jruby/jruby/wiki