This gem provides multi-db support for Rails applications.
Using its middleware you can partition your app so each hostname has its own db.
It provides a series of helper for working with multiple database, and some additional rails tasks for working with them.
It was extracted from Discourse. https://discourse.org
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install rails_multisite
Configuration requires a file called:
config/multisite.yml that specifies connection specs for all dbs.
mlp: adapter: postgresql database: discourse_mlp username: discourse_mlp password: applejack host: dbhost pool: 5 timeout: 5000 host_names: - discourse.equestria.com - discourse.equestria.internal drwho: adapter: postgresql database: discourse_who username: discourse_who password: "Up the time stream without a TARDIS" host: dbhost pool: 5 timeout: 5000 host_names: - discuss.tardis.gallifrey
Execute a query on each connection
::. do |db| # run query in context of db # eg: User.find(1) end
::.(threads: 5) do |db| # run query in context of db, will do so in a thread pool of 5 threads # if any query fails an exception will be raised # eg: User.find(1) end
Usage with Rails
RAILS_DB Environment Variable
When working with a Rails application, you can specify the DB that you'll like to work with by specifying the
RAILS_DB ENV variable.
# config/multisite.yml db_one: adapter: ... database: some_database_1 db_two: adapater: ... database: some_database_2
To get a Rails console that is connected to
RAILS_DB=db_one rails console
CDN origin support
To avoid needing to configure many origins you can consider using
When configured, requests to
asset_hostname?__ws=another.host.name will be re-routed to the correct site. Cookies will
be stripped on all incoming requests.
- Multisite serves
RailsMultisite::ConnectionManagement.asset_hostnames = ['assets.example.com']
- Requests to
https://assets.example.com/route/?__ws=sub.example.comwill be routed to the
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Added some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request