Virtualbox shared folders much faster then samba for Railo + Nginx
It seems virtualbox configuration needs to be just right for good performance when the web application's source code is stored outside the virtual machine. I figured out that virtio nic type (Virtualbox network adapter paravirtualized network) and shared folders are much faster then choosing another nic type and using samba. In the past, I had issues with Virtualbox shared folders not updating cached info on source code files quickly enough. Maybe they have improved it or maybe I just read the manual better now.
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