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from Dave Goddard
Monit recently introduced a new type of service to check ; “check program” which will run a script each cycle (or specified number) and will end up being good or bad depending on the exit code. After we started using this, we noticed that the script was often marked as a zombie on the machine ; at first we blamed the script, but eventually discovered that this is expected behaviour by monit, and that monit is planning to fix it RSN (real soon now)
from Adam Milligan
If you have a polymorphic association, Rails will use the base class of the parent of the association (as defined by ActiveRecord) as the class name of the associated parent.
class Foo < AR::Base belongs_to :wibble, polymorphic: true end class Bar < AR::Base has_many :foo, as: :wibble end class Baz < SomeSubclassOfActiveRecordBase has_many :foo, as: :wibble end
The class of the wibble association when instantiated for Bar will be Bar.
The class of the wibble association when instantiated for Baz will be SomeSubclassOfActiveRecordBase, not Baz, unless SSOARB.abstract_class returns true.