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2answers
30 views

Repeated EC2 Apache 500 error

I'm running a Django website off Apache and MySQL. I'm using a t1.micro instance. After every couple of days, my server starts giving a 500 error. I solve this problem by restarting the Apache2 and ...
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1answer
100 views

Time out when access localhost for ec2 ubuntu server

I am trying to access the local host for my ubuntu server hosted on ec2 when I run python manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:8000 I have my security setting set to port 80 0.0.0.0/0 and I want ...
0
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2answers
169 views

How can I get django-registration emails sent?

I have a Django project on a Saucy EC2 instance, with a site's registration handled via django-registration, and after a few minutes and a few tries to register different email addresses, I am not ...
0
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1answer
253 views

What exactly is an invalid HTTP_HOST header

I've implemented Django's relatively new allowed hosts setting, which is meant to prevent attackers from submitting requests with a fake HTTP Host header. Since adding that setting, I now get ...
1
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1answer
142 views

nginx is no longer working on ec2 instance

i admittedly ran this: sudo update-rc.d nginx defaults which seemed to wipe out the setup of nginx. Nginx commands like sudo service nginx start, etc no longer return anything when executed. ...
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1answer
91 views

What are some unnecessary processes in Ubuntu 12.04? [closed]

So, I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 for my AWS instances and when I first start it up and look at the processes there seems to be a lot of things running that I'm not sure are necessarily needed for my ...
0
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1answer
106 views

Installing WSGI on EC2 micro instance

How do I install Apache with WSGI on my Amazon AMI EC2 micro instance? I tried sudo yum install httpd libapache2-mod-wsgi but I got this error message no package libapache2-mod-wsgi available ...
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1answer
525 views

Python, “you don't have permission to access that port” [closed]

I'm setting up my first Django project on a server When I do python manage.py runserver .0.0.0.0:80, it tells me You don't have permission to access that port. When I do python manage.py runserver ...
1
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1answer
358 views

Django - cant connect to local MySQL Server through socket

I’m using Django Bitnami Stack on Amazon EC2. I’m attempting to sync the database for the initial setup but I am having problems. When running the following command I receive an error message: ...
0
votes
2answers
246 views

What is the advantage of having ELB infront of your NGINX servers?

I've looked into a lot of back end setups on Amazon Web Services, especially that of Instagram's. On their Instgram Engineering Blog they mentioned how they have an Elastic Load Balancer in front of ...
0
votes
2answers
158 views

can not access portal after specifying port in URL

Django webservices is running on port 8000 (pyhon manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:8000) I am able to access using , https://ec2-72-44-51-113.compute-1.amazonaws.com/admin/ but if I specify port in url, ...
0
votes
0answers
630 views

nginx with django 502 bad gateway

I have a django installation on my EC2 server which sometimes is working fine. But some other times i keep getting those 502 Bad Gateway errors which don't seem to be a fault in the code because when ...
0
votes
2answers
513 views

Permission issue for apache

Environment Details: Amazon Ec2 Ubuntu 12.04 Django + mod_wsgi + python 2.6 web server: apache2 I have mounted a 10GB ebs volume to an instance to /mnt/ebs1/. After mounting the volume and ...
0
votes
3answers
277 views

MySQL Not Turning On

I have an amazon ec2 instance running on the Amazon Linux AMI and its a micro instance. I wanted to install Django onto my server so I entered these commands wget ...
2
votes
2answers
719 views

Amazon EC2: Not able to open web application even if port it opened

I have a t1.micro instance with public dns looks similar to ec2-184-72-67-202.compute-1.amazonaws.com (some numbers changed) On this machine, I am running a django app $ sudo python manage.py ...
2
votes
1answer
740 views

Django syncdb can't connect to MySQL on seperate EC2 Instance

I am trying to deploy a django app on AWS with a setup where I have one EC2 instance that is running nginx/uwsgi and a second EC2 instance where I have MySQL 5.5 installed. Both belong to the default ...
1
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1answer
1k views

How do you choose the EC2 instance for your django app? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can you help me with my capacity planning? My team has created a nice django app and now it is going to be deployed on an EC2 instance. Now there are a few questions ...
0
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1answer
278 views

Starting a Amazon EC2 Free Tier with Ubuntu and Django [closed]

I'm planning to begin a Django project that may (or may not) grow to be a pretty big thing. So I wanted to start out well: buy my public DNS (not sure yet if with Google Apps or any other domain ...
1
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2answers
414 views

Why Won't Apache Fully Stop or Restart? I have to manually Kill every time

I have a configured EC2 server running Ubuntu 11.10 running a Django App on Apache2/WSGI. This server works perfectly, stops and restarts without any problems. When I clone this instance, everything ...
0
votes
1answer
100 views

ngnix on amazon ec2 instance which has RedHat 4.4.4-13?

I have an ec2 instance running on amazon which has AMI(ami-1b814f72).Its running RedHat 4.4.4-13 version. I want to install ngnix and gunicorn on with django. According to ngnix ...
0
votes
1answer
79 views

Should I be setting up my Django app on my server via SSH or locally? [closed]

Ok noob question: I have a little micro AWS EC2 instance running, and I'm going through this Django tutorial. SSH'ing into my EC2 means that all the work I'm doing, like editing the config files, ...
1
vote
1answer
483 views

Arch Linux with an nginx/django setup refuses to display ANYTHING

I'm on Amazon Ec2, with an Arch Linux server. While I truly am loving it, I'm having the issue of actually getting nginx to display anything. Everytime I try to throw my hostname into the browser, the ...
1
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2answers
1k views

How to run Django 1.3/1.4 on uWSGI on nginx on EC2 (Apache2 works)

I am posting a question on behalf of my administrator. Basically he wants to set up Django app (made on Django 1.3, but will be moving to Django 1.4, so it should not really matter which one of these ...
1
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1answer
254 views

EC2 configuration for medium load service on Django

I have created a very basic Django application which puts an email to the database (Coming soon page for a startup). I launched a t1.micro instance to try out which load it can carry out. ...
0
votes
0answers
344 views

Wsgi script time out in amazon ec2

I have a django site in an amazon ec2 m1.small instance. Last night it started to throw the following error: [Thu Dec 22 15:22:09 2011] [error] [client 190.21.7.178] Script timed out before ...
2
votes
3answers
2k views

Beginner installing first app on EC2 bitnami stack

Beginner question here. Its probably obvious to someone who does this stuff all the time. But I'm having difficulty setting up django running on an EC2 bitnami instance. I setup my server and I'm ...
0
votes
1answer
215 views

EC2 or GAE for python/django app [closed]

I am currently deciding whether to use EC2 or GAE for my django app. I've done some research on both. In terms of deploying a database-driven django app with the following: -- high on db reads / ...
0
votes
1answer
97 views

How do I create a stable Django/Python template on EC2?

My current Django template on EC2 is using a number of easy-install packages always because there is no matching yum package. Unfortunately, easy-install has a disconcertingly high failure rate. ...
0
votes
1answer
381 views

AWS EC2 EBS Microinstance Storage and Djangostack

I'm moving my person webpage to an Amazon EC2 free (for now) micro instance, and want to clarify some things. Since the micro instance does not have any "local storage", when i am installing apache, ...
3
votes
2answers
820 views

Is Amazon EC2 for me?

I'm working on an image hosting website tailored to a particular niche. The website is made with Django. I'm currently planning to run it on Linode. So far so good. The problem is: I will need to ...
0
votes
2answers
192 views

How do you separate a wsgi django/python app server from the web server?

I've built a django / python application, running on apache with wsgi, and hosted on a single amazon AWS EC2 instance. It a custom client application, so low traffic, but one part of my application ...
0
votes
1answer
128 views

why can I access this website but other people can't?

The django app at halfcan.org is hosted on an Amazon ec2 micro instance. I can access it from my computer and from my phone on the same wifi. But anyone else gets a long wait and then "problem ...
0
votes
1answer
699 views

Can't get URLs to work on Django Apache EC2

This is my first time trying to setup a webserver with Django. I've been banging my head against the wall in trying to set this up for a while now and I can't seem to find any resources that explains ...
0
votes
1answer
78 views

Where are my installed files on Amazon?

This sounds like a real noob question but I cannot figure this out. I'm trying to get Apache, mod_wsgi and Django playing together on my EC2 instance. So I've installed mod_wsgi using the root user ...
1
vote
2answers
310 views

How to deploy local project to Amazon

I have a small webapp written in Python/Django which works fine on my local machine. I've been tinkering and setting up my server on the free tier of Amazon EC2 by following online tutorials. However, ...
2
votes
2answers
455 views

Which AMI should I use as a base for a Django application?

I'm starting development of a Django application, on Amazon's Web Services. I'm looking to build an instance that will serve the Django. I don't have much experience with such things, having only ...
10
votes
5answers
6k views

Amazon EC2 Ami recommendations for free tier?

Amazon web services recently introduced a free tier, where you basically get free stuff to try out AWS and run tiny sites and projects. Basically it's free as long as you remain below a certain limit ...