This will discuss how to change the environment so when someone types
rails s they boot in not development but in the environment they want.
Normally when rails environment is run by typing. This just runs the default environment which is usually
The specific environment can be selected by using the flag
-e for example:
rails s -e test
Which will run the test environment.
The default environment can be changed in terminal by editing the
~/.bashrc file, and adding the following line:
export RAILS_ENV=production in your
If running on a remote server that is using Passenger change apache.conf to to the environment you want to use. For example this case you see
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName application_name.rails.local DocumentRoot "/Users/rails/application_name/public" RailsEnv production ## This is the default </VirtualHost>