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uwsgi and “No module named django.core.wsgi”

On a fairly vanilla FreeBSD system without virtualenv, I'm having trouble getting uwsgi to work with Django. Attempting to run generates this error: Traceback (most recent call last): File ...
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How can I install libmemcached on Openshift with sasl support?

I need libmemcached with sasl support to use Memcached Cloud cartridge on Openshift Online. I doing next: 1) Install sasl. curl -LO ftp://ftp.cyrusimap.org/cyrus-sasl/cyrus-sasl-2.1.26.tar.gz tar ...
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Apache not serving my python app

So here's my apache config: LoadModule wsgi_module /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_wsgi.so <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin marijus.merkevicius@gmail.com ServerName 31.220.49.197 ...
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How to deploy django with uWsgi and nginx on CentOS

My version of Django is 1.6.3 I downloaded uwsgi-2.0.4. Someone says installing uwsgi with command make while someone use python setup.py build. What exactly is the difference? I saw a tutorial that ...
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upstream timed out (110: Connection timed out) while reading response header from upstream

For some reason, I am getting this error whenever I am running a query on my server. On my local setup, this query takes around 7-8 seconds to return, but it keeps timing out on my actual server. ...
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Is graceful restart of Apache forcing to reload all python modules handled by mod_wsgi?

If I want to be sure that all python modules are recompiled and reloaded in my Django project under mod_wsgi and Apache, is it enough to restart apache gracefully with: /etc/init.d/apache graceful ...
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Python Threads and uWSGI Harakiri

I have a webapp that is using an API built on nginx, uWSGI, and Django. Recently I have been seeing a lot of harakiris on a particular API call which does some quick processing and then spawns a few ...
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Static file permissions with Nginx, Gunicorn and Django

I attempting to setup a Nginx server up with a Gunicorn WSGI server running Django behind.. The setup all seems to runs except i have a permissions issue. I have setup aliases to /media and a /static ...
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Nginx/uWSGI - upstream prematurely closed connection while reading response header from upstream

I've got an Ubuntu server configured with Nginx and uWSGI to serve Django which was setup and working with the default start page yesterday. All I have done since is install MySQL and later ...
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Supervisord unable to shutdown fcgi processes

I've managed to set up supervisord with fastcgi on a django project of mine, the problem is that when I make mi program stop, the server keeps running somehow, and my page keeps online. Here is my ...
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Application reports timeouts. However nginx has no record or log

We are serving Django via nginx/uwsgi. We use AWS ELB behind a VPC. This is a webservice to Mobile clients. We had reports of timeouts during development so we have added a concept of a request_id ...
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Apache with nginx front-end takes gets pegged 100% CPU with Django app

I recently launched a web app that gets constantly pegged at 100% CPU. My server is a 512 MB Linode with nginx sitting in front of Apache (MPM Worker) serving a Django app. This app is unusual in that ...
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LDAP authentication with Graphite

I have setup Graphite Web 0.9.9 on CentOS 6.2 x86_64 at EC2 and I'm trying to get LDAP authentication to work against 389 Directory Server. I have configured local_settings.py with: USE_LDAP_AUTH ...
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Graphite not running

I'm currently trying to install graphite 0.9.9 on a gentoo box using these instructions from the graphite wiki. Essentially, it fronts graphite using apache and mod_wsgi. Everything seems to have ...
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Re-uploading file with unicode filename creates identical duplicate

I'm running a Django site on a Debian 6 system, with a gunicorn server and nginx 0.7.67 handling static files. The filesystem locale is set to sv_SE.UTF-8. I got a problem where another user uploaded ...
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HAProxy URL Introspection

I have an application where the URL of a request determines which server to forward the request to based on a memcache or database lookup. Currently, it is just round robin, but the state is only ...
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How to setup SysLogHandler with Django 1.3

I'm having no luck finding any information on setting up syslog logging with Django 1.3 dictionary configuration. The Django documents don't cover syslog and the python documentation is less than ...
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speeding up django server

My setup is django 1.3 and the default mod_wsgi and apache packages for ubuntu 10.04. I tested one view of my app on my development VM (DEBUG and debugging toolbar off): ab -n 200 -c 5 ...
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Apache could not be stablely support more than 200 visitors at the same time. How to set mpm module?

The server seems not be able to support almost two or three hundred people visiting at the same time. We upload some new codes in Nov. 29the and people saw 404 Not Found frequently ever since that ...
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django subdomains apache config

Trying to setup django to take subdomains and use different settings file based on subdomain dns is setup as wildcards apache mod_vhost_alias sounded like good option, it did not work SetEnv ...
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nginx not serving admin static files?

First, I want to clarify that this error is just for the admin static files. This means my problem is specific just to the static files that corresponds to the Django admin. The rest of the static ...
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How do I find the Python executable that my server is using?

I'm new to Linux. I'm managing a (Linux - Apache - mod_wsgi - Django) server, where there are multiple installations of Python. The site is currently working, but I want to find out which executable ...
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Why, when everything is working properly, an apache restart writes into error.log?

This is just a minor nitpic, but I wonder if anyone can tell me the reason - when I restart apache, these lines get written into /var/log/apache2/error.log [Thu Mar 24 10:20:56 2011] [warn] mod_wsgi: ...
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Celery with Upstart - processes are dying unexpectedly

When I'm running Celery with Upstart, after a while, the child processes or the main processes die without any trace. The Upstart script I'm using (/etc/init/celery): description "celery" start on ...
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How to clear nginx cache [closed]

My nginx config here: http://p.ngx.cc/0c This link http://aa-tour.ru/static/system/css/style.css show me old cached version of file, how to remove it and clear cache? This is correct (new) version of ...
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Nginx - when tunnel the url redirects without port number

My problem is very similar to this: nginx proxy pass redirects ignore port I am using nginx 1.0.14. I want to be able to ssh-tunnel into my Django website, so I can work remotely. I've tested a ...
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https www not able to redirect to non-www https nginx

I can't seem to redirect my https://www to https:// How it is currently the site thinks that www. is a completely separate site. I want to redirect properly, but when I add configuration on what I ...
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Django LDAP - How to map description field to Django group

I'm trying to set up LDAP authentication with my Django app using Django-Auth The basic idea I want to do is any LDAP user with "IT - Help Desk" in the description would get mapped to a certain ...
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Running Django sites through Upstart

I host a few Django sites on one of my Ubuntu servers. Up until recently I've been using the Cherokee HTTPd which has the option to launch back-end applications like Django sites but I've just ...
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deploy development and master branch on server with git

I´m using git for a django webproject. I have a bare git repo on my server and push my commits from my local machine into it. I also have a testserver on my local machine but I would like to have 2 ...
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'mysql' Command not Connecting as used from PATH but Works if Full Path is Used

Not sure how to fix this but here is the description. I can run the command to a Lampstack MySQL installation like this and it works: /opt/lampstack/mysql/bin/mysql -u root -p And my PATH variable ...
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Connection refused while connecting to upstream

I'm running a Django website with nginx via fastcgi running on a TCP port 9000 on localhost. Everything appears to work correctly, but the error log is filled with lines like these: 2012/11/19 ...
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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 ...
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Django error saying “could not connect to server: Permission denied”

I am getting an error trying to visit my Django app. I am running Gentoo and the web server is Apache with the mod_wsgi module to display Django. The error says OperationalError at /admin/ could not ...
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Django, nginx, FastCGI - running via unix sockets, permission problems

I've configured nginx to run django site via socket: fastcgi_pass unix:/tmp/django.socket; now I'm (manually) running ./manage.py runfcgi socket=/tmp/django.socket http request results in 502 ...
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chmod a folder permanently

kind of a newbie to server stuff. I am running a centOS setup with whoosh search engine for my django app. Everytime I restart or rebuild my index i get a warning that states IOError: The path to ...
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Serving static web files off a non-standard port

I'm close to deploying a Django project to production. I'm looking over some infrastructure decisions. Something that came up was serving static files with a different server such as lighttpd. ...
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lighttpd configuration for running django and legacy website together

I'm planning to migrate an old website to django. Initially, I want to use django for the urls www.mydomain.com/news, and continue to use the old static website for everything else. I have little ...
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Can I configure apache/mod_wsgi so that the Alias URL path is not stripped before it reaches my Django app?

I am trying to configure Apache to host a Django webservice and a PHP website. All URLs with the pattern www.mysite.com/api should be directed to the Django service. All other URLs (e.g. ...
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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 ...
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Python-devel for python 2.7 on CentOS 6.4

Ok, i want to run django web-application on production VPS. Operation system of the VPS is CentOS. Application code written on Python 2.7. I have already installed Python 2.7 with configured virtual ...
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nginx serving static files; apache django; secure file from apache to nginx?

I serve all static files (/static/ and /media/) via nginx and all other requests are routed to apache using mod_wsgi to use django. nginx acts as proxy through to Apache/mod_wsgi. As far as I know ...
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Apache logs: do lots of 404s on CONNECT to port 443 indicate a vulnerability?

In my logs I keep getting lots of: "CONNECT XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:443 HTTP/1.0" 404 218 "-" "-" "CONNECT XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:443 HTTP/1.0" 404 218 "-" "-" ... "CONNECT XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:443 HTTP/1.0" 404 218 "-" ...
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multiple instances of nginx in order to keep Django projects separate

I'm building an app using Django + PostrgreSQL + Nginx on Debian 6. The app has two separate components, that will later be on different machines. Component A calls one function from Component B ...
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How can Django/WSGI and PHP share / on Apache?

I have a server running an established PHP site, as well as some Django apps. Currently, a VirtualHost set up for PHP listens on port 80, and requests to certain directories are proxied to a ...
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What is the IIS equivalent of mod_wsgi's WSGIScriptAlias?

I'm trying to get Django running on IIS 6 using pyisapie and I'm having some trouble. I have pyisapie working on IIS, but it only works if I specify the full url to a specific python script like so: ...
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Reloading mod_wsgi processes safely in production

Is there a way to safely restart mod_wsgi processes on demand, possibly running on multiple machines? I'm serving a django app with mod_wsgi in daemon mode with apache: WSGIDaemonProcess myapp ...
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Deploying django website only for local network?

I developed a website with Django and I am deploying it with apache and mod-wsgi (as explained here). The catch is that I want to make sure that this website is accessible only on my local network. ...
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nginx suspicious symbols warning in my nginx config file

My nginx configuration file is given below. server { listen 80; server_name http://hg.rawdatatech.com; location / { proxy_pass http://127.0.0.1:8000; proxy_set_header Host $host; ...
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Django fails to find static files served by nginx

I know this is a really noobish question but I can't find any solution despite finding the problem trivial. I have a django application deployed with gunicorn. The static files are served by the ...