# Speeds up spawn time tremendously -- if your app is compatible.
# RMagick seems to be incompatible with smart spawning
# Keep the application instances alive longer. Default is 300 (seconds)
# Keep the spawners alive, which speeds up spawning a new Application
# listener after a period of inactivity at the expense of memory.
# Additionally keep a copy of the Rails framework in memory. If you're
# using multiple apps on the same version of Rails, this will speed up
# the creation of new RailsAppSpawners. This isn't necessary if you're
# only running one or 2 applications, or if your applications use
# different versions of Rails.
# Just in case you're leaking memory, restart a listener
# after processing 5000 requests
# only check for restart.txt et al up to once every 5 seconds,
# instead of once per processed request