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Migrating a Ruby on Rails application to shared server

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    Hi,

    I have a Ruby on Rails application currently hosted in a dedicated server. I would like to Migrate the same to an account in cPanel were all other accounts are having PHP websites.

    1) Is there any issues if I host the Ruby on Rails application in a cPanel account ?
    2) Will it affect any other PHP websites ?
    3) What all needs to be taken care before proceeding?

    Can someone please comment on the same ?
     
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    Hi @cPanelMichael ,

    Thanks for the response.

    Yes, I have followed the steps from the link you provided. But the issue is the Ruby is not coming under the 'softwares' tab of cPanel ( cPanel >> Home >> Software >> Ruby on Rails).
    I have followed the steps from this link Confluence Mobile - cPanel Documentation

    Am I missing something ?

    Also, I would like to know whether I have to register the application here in cPanel account, because I'm just migrating the app from another cPanel server so I was thinking about just copy paste the files.


    Thanks in advance for your help
     
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    Hello @Arun Seby,

    The Ruby on Rails feature in cPanel was replaced with the Application Manager feature. You should use Application Manager to register the application.

    Thank you.
     
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