Active Admin, Kaminari and Rails boot up

Active Admin is an extremely nice tool when you need to have a quick ‘plug & play’ CRUD to give to admins to help administer a website.

One of the problems I kept running into was that every time my Rails server booted up (locally, production, etc), was that Kaminari (Rails gem for pagination - used by Active Admin; would run through each registered Active Admin model and would attempt to override any page scope (by default Kaminari uses the method name of page when referring to pagination with a model and its results).

The problem looks like this (check your rails log during bootup):

To fix this issue simply do the following:

Happy Hunting!