Version 6.0.17 of the Passenger application server has been released. This release adds support for Ruby 3.2.0, and bumps the preferred Nginx to 1.22.1.
Passenger 6 introduced Generic Language Support, or: the ability to support any and all arbitrary apps.
Updates & improvements
- [Enterprise] The
debuggem is now supported for debugging on Ruby 3.1.
- Removed use of deprecated 'File.exists?' method for Ruby 3.2.0.
- Upgrades preferred Nginx to 1.22.1 from 1.20.2.
- Changes minimum supported macOS version to 10.14 Mojave.
- Adds support for a
PASSENGER_MAX_LOG_LINE_LENGTH_BYTESenvironment variable. The default length remains at 8KB.
- Upgrades Boost to 1.81.
- Updated various library versions used in precompiled binaries (used for e.g. gem installs):
- ccache: 4.6.3 → 4.7.4
- curl: 7.86.0 → 7.87.0
- git: 2.38.1 → 2.39.0
- gnupg: 2.3.8 → 2.4.0
- libksba: 1.6.2 → 1.6.3
- openssl: 1.1.1s → 3.0.7
- rubygems: 3.3.26 → 3.4.3
- rubies: added 3.2.0
Please see the installation guide for advice on getting started with Passenger. Coming from a language other than Ruby, Python, Meteor or Node? Even if we didn't write a specific tutorial for your language, we made a generic guide that shows you the steps.
Upgrading to 6.0.17
We strongly advise staying up to date with the latest version.
Check out our upgrade guides for the different platforms: