Alright, maybe the memcached-northscale gem isn't working as expected.
Got some strange errors over the weekend:
NoMemoryError: failed to allocate memory
It has been my experience that Gmail does not allow you to set the
From address. It will only use the authenticated user's email.
This is one of the reasons we switched to the Sendgrid plugin.
On Jul 26, 2010, at 12:57 AM, Matthew Todd wrote:
On Jul 23, 2010, at
In Sunspot documentation, it says:
Ordering by field value, relevance, geographical distance, or random
is it possible to make it work with Heroku? From what I understand,
geo search is only available on Solr with a plugin to Solr.
Am I missing something?
You received this message because
Using awesome_nested_set 1.4.3 with Rails 3 on Heroku was not straight
forward. I wanted to document this here in case someone else had the
First, make sure you have installed it as a plugin, not as a gem.
Remove it from Gemfile if you have it there and install it on your
Anyone know what would be causing this error? I installed the gem and
it went successfully.
5:in `require': no such file to load -- json/pure (LoadError)
I think this is an aws-s3 gem doesn't support European buckets by
Try setting this constant in your config/environment.rb:
AWS::S3::DEFAULT_HOST = s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com
On Jul 25, 3:23 pm, Mateus
I was messing with a Rails 3 app on REE Heroku. Things started out
well but as I added dependencies to my Gemfile, I started getting seg
The fix in
WebSolr's Sunspot hosting uses the solr-spatial-light plugin to
support Sunspot's geo search. However, the next Sunspot release will
remove the need for an extended Solr and instead use a geohash-based
spatial search that works with an out-of-box Solr 1.4 instance.
On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 09:00,
Heroku, please update Bundler to 1.0.0.rc.1 so we can use our Rails 3
The Rails 3 release candidate is out and now we can't deploy Rails 3
apps to Heroku.
- Gemfile detected, running Bundler
Unresolved dependencies detected; Installing...
Fetching source index from
If you're using WebSolr, you shouldn't need to do anything special to
get spatial search working -- just consult the Sunspot API docs for
the #near method (geo search) and #coordinates method (geo indexing).
No particular ETA on Sunspot 1.2 -- hopefully within a few weeks though.
On Mon, Jul 26,
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