Unfortunately, but also fortunately, we’re back on via apache, as nginx, to me at least, is more trouble than its worth some times, with the way it doesn’t easily show you errors, nor does thin, which is troublesome when trying to debug a script. Which passenger readily attaches to apache, while thin takes some extra configuring, and has to be restarted for each change in code, which is tedious to say the least. ┬áPassenger on the other hand, in nginx, doesn’t readily attach, nor does nginx register its commands, but in apache, it slips right in, giving tracebacks when you need them, and also always showing the up-to-date code.