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∞Using RVM and Ruby-based services that start via init.d or upstart
To use any Ruby application that needs to be started with
(e.g., god, unicorn, thin) with RVM, you need to generate a wrapper script.
Namely, you need to set it up so that there is an alternative executable that
loads the correct ruby and gems environment (run this in your shell):
rvm alias create my_app ruby-2.0.0-p247@my_app # rvm wrapper my_app --no-links unicorn_rails # only for RVM 1.24 and older
This will generate a wrapper that can be referenced in the
init.d script or
wrappers- is static always the same
my_app- is the alias name
unicorn_rails- is the command that is being wrapped