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Get pyenv working for a specific directory

In my ~ directory, typing "python" will start, well, python. However, in my /usr/python/cgi-bin directory, typing python gets me an error message pyenv: python3: command not found The `python3' ...
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How do I fix the require for python(abi) when building python module RPMs for SCL?

I'm currently trying to set up an environment for one of our apps on CentOS 6 using the SCL python33 repository. The app also requires a number of additional python modules, such as numpy, so I'm ...
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When will Red Hat fully support & ship with python 2.7

I realize there might not be a direct answer to this question, but I am wondering if there are any communicated expectations of when this will happen or if anyone can comment on the challenges ...
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Python script succeeds manually but fails on crontab

So I'm currently trying to get a script working but it's behaving differently when I run it manually than when I run it from crontab. Basically, I have a reverse ssh tunnel set up from one server to ...
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responding to a double password prompt with Fabric

I'm using this Fabric function to try to add a user to a Ubuntu server. It's not throwing an error, but I can't login with the user that I'm trying to add after the script's finished. If I add a user ...
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MYSQL : Connecting to mysql from : 127.0.0.1 + telling ip tables to allow only 127.0.0.1 for mysql port : Logic vs Common Sense

if i make 1 billion or 1 trillion queries to MYSQL database.. from 127.0.0.1 via port 3306.. vs.. if i make same amount of queries to MYSQL database also from 127.0.0.1 via port 3306.. but with 1 ...
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uWSGI vs Twisted Matrix

uWSGI can be configured in ashyncronous mode same as Twisted Matrix, but has anyone tried to compare these to servers in terms of performance? If we need to develop a Python web app handling thousands ...
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Nginx returning 500 Error instead of 400 Error

On validating user input into my api, I want to return 400 http status codes for bad requests. It works fine from flask and when running my api through gunicorn, but they always come out of nginx ...
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mod wsgi picks up wrong libpython2.7.so.1.0

I've compiled python 2.7.8 with: mkdir -p /usr/local/python2p7/lib ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/python2p7 --with-threads --enable-shared LDFLAGS="-Wl,-rpath /usr/local/python2p7/lib" make make ...
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VMware Creating Windows Images through commandline

I have a ESX server and I'm using Vsphere client to connect to ESX, I have to create more than 100 of windows images, which would be a combination of Windows XP,Windows Server 2003, Windows 7 etc. ...
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Serving static files through apache

I am new to the whole mod_wsgi and serving files through apache. I am really comfortable with flask but this is something i can't get my head around. I did the hello-world program and successfully ...
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Using python in FreeRADIUS

There seems to be documentation lacking on how to use the python module in FreeRADIUS. I want to use python to interpret a MAC address (in %{Calling-Station-ID}) and return an IP address. In my ...
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Processes hanging indefinitely when reading from network connections

An update to the below: I have experienced a similar problem on an unrelated script, on a Debian virtual machine in a different datacentre. This looks suspiciously like the issue described here (and ...
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Saltstack iterate through second level pillar data

I might be missing something or this might just be the wrong way to layout pillar data. I want to iterate through the second level of pillar data. Pillar example: repo: Option1: ...
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Is it possible to run apache as root, to execute scripts [duplicate]

I am unable to execute commands (shell_exec) with php, and read on stackoverflow / here that the solution was to run apache as root. Is this possible / is this a totally wrong solution? When I try to ...
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Bjoern is 4x faster than Nginx - how to tweak Nginx to handle Bjoern proxy_requests without performance loss? [closed]

I was trying to put Bjoern behind Nginx for easy load-balancing and DoS/DDoS attack mitigation. To my dismay I not only discovered that it drops connections like chips (it varies between 20% and 50% ...
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pip install seems to be ignoring dependency links

I have a Python application that depends on several packages. One of those packages, unfortunately, isn't in PyPi so I have to install it directly from the git repo. I've been trying to add it into ...
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rhel 6.4 pip with proxy error : name or service not known

the pip command pip search statsd --proxy=http://anadi.misra:XXXXXXXXX@192.168.200.77:8080 Now my password contains an @ too so I give the encoded form in password; i.e. some@pass is supplied as ...
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Failed to emerge python 2.7

I'm trying to emerge python 2.7 on my gentoo server, somehow it's not installed any more. eselect python list Available Python interpreters: [1] python3.3 * If I try to emerge it like emerge -a ...
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Apache and mod_wsgi, worker process stuck to W state, request never dies. How to diagnose?

I am running Apache 2.2 with mod_wsgi, Python 2.7 and mpm_worker. Occassionally, one of the worker processes gets stuck and all of it threads stop in writing state (as demostrated in the screenshot ...
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How to Access Apache Virtual Host from Cell Phone?

I'm developing a mobile web application using Django. Currently I can start the Django development server like this: python ./manage.py runserver <my-ip>:8000 When I do that, I'll get a ...
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Error starting mod_wsgi

When I run the start-server command on mod_wsgi-experess, I get this output: Server URL : http://localhost:8000/ Server Root : /tmp/mod_wsgi-localhost:8000:0 Server Conf : ...
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CentOS (rel6) with default python 2.6, but seperate 3.3.5 installation

I have a CentOS server (rel6) that had python installed (2.6), but I needed a few features in 3.3+. I installed 3.3 into a seperate folder and made a symbolic link to execute it: I installed setup ...
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bash rsync script in python works odd [closed]

I have this problem with bash in python. I want to make script that will make folder based on system date - and this works just fine. The problem is when I want to rsync two directories one with my ...
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Multiple python versions under apache+mod_wsgi

I have several virtual hosts configured under the same apache instance on redhat: apache-2.2.15 mod_wsgi-3.5 compiled with default system python-2.6 For every virtual host WSGIScriptAlias setting ...
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uWSGI and Python on Arch Linux, encoding failure

I am running an Arch Linux box and have setup a Python 3.4 virtualenv. I have a uwsgi vassal being run by the emperor, which specifies the following ini: (some snipped for brevity) [uwsgi] ...
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Process monitoring and service manager for Python web application [closed]

We're setting up a Python web application using the CherryPy web server on a bunch of Linux servers (it's behind an nginx load balancer sending traffic to the various servers). We're in the process of ...
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What linux configurations can cause executables to hang when making HTTP/HTTPS requests? [closed]

I have a Python application that uses urllib2 to query Facebook graph for certain user information. The solution is deployed on Ubuntu server. On my development machine the response time is what you ...
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why does my use of the saltstack apache-formula fail to set the 'id' variable

why does my use of the saltstack apache-formula fail to set the 'id' variable ? my code is as fallows ? apache: sites: changed.com: template_file: ...
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Gnu parallel not utilizing all the CPU

I have a simple python script that read from stdin (a single line), do some processing (string parsing, no IO involved) and output to stdout e.g. python parse.py < in.txt > out.txt I have an ...
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IIS Won't Let Python Script Set Headers

I am trying to get Python working with IIS 7.5. I have added a script handler for Python: Python itself doesn't seem to be the problem. I have ran scripts on the command line with no problem. The ...
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TCP Python Server

I have a question regarding connection reliability running a tcp server from an ec2 instance. We are currently serving mobile customers around the world from the Oregon region using a c3.4xl ec2 ...
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uwsgi complains about python application not found

looks like quite common with uWSGI application, but still can't find any valuable solution. I ma working on ubuntu 12.04 with uwsgi 1.0.3 and python2.7 Here is my config.ini file: [uwsgi] uid = ...
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How to safely upgrade the version of libxml2 on our server

We currently libxml2 2.7.7 installed on our servers. This is a dependency of lxml which we use on two difference clusters of Zope instances runing our 2 Plone CMS applications. We'd like to upgrade ...
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AssertionError when using uwsgi with pypy with the sample test app

I'm trying to get the sample pypy test hello world application to run using uwsgi with pypy. I've attempted to build uwsgi with the pypy plugin (using python uwsgiconfig.py --plugin plugins/pypy) and ...
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Getting pypy to run in uwsgi?

I'm trying to setup uwsgi to use pypy following what is posted here, using the build PyPy support as a plugin method. http://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/PyPy.html I have seemed to manage to ...
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Python error when s3cmd is executed within bash script

I'm creating a bash script of which will run on a cron, it's purpose is to backup a directory to Amazon S3 using the s3cmd command. I get the following error when I run the script: /usr/bin/env: ...
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uWSGI and python virtual env

I'm trying to use uWSGI with a virtual env in order to use the Trac bug tracker on it. I've installed system-wide uwsgi via pip. Next, I've installed trac in a virtualenv $ virtualenv venv $ . ...
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HP BladeSystem c3000 Enclosure : Ilo : Python : get_asset_tag() Not working

I try to connect to a HP Blade Server (HP BladeSystem c3000 Enclosure ) using Python's HP-ILO module. obj=hpilo.Ilo('172.8.2.29', login='Administrator', password='<redacted>', timeout=60, ...
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how to resolve yum replace php-common --replace-with=php55w-common error?

how to resolve yum replace php-common --replace-with=php55w-common error? on CentOS 6.5 root@server [~]# yum replace php-common --replace-with=php55w-common Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, replace, ...
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pysqlite for python 3.3.5 on Centos 6.5

I have compiled python 3.3.5 from source in the /opt folder as follows: yum install sqlite-devel ./configure --prefix=/opt/python3 make make install ln -s /opt/python3/bin/python3 /usr/bin/python3 ...
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Could not find any downloads that satisfy the requirement iso8601>=0.1.9 for DevStack

My machine operating system is Ubuntu 12.04 I tried to implement the all in one openstack solution for development. But ./stack.sh did not succeed. It looks like a package problem for pip. so, I ...
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Uwsgi and flask with unix socket instead of URL

I was trying to find out the difference between a socket as a unix file and a socket that is a ip and port. If I switch something like uwsgi to use a file instead of a port and ip, how do I then ...
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Auto-Tagging EC2 Instances in AWS (Windows Servers only)

I am looking for some guidance from the serverfault community. We are spinning up several new AWS instances (windows server 2008/2012) over the next few days. We have a naming convention in place for ...
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Supervisor cannot correctly stop uwsgi

Supervisor can start uwsgi but after stopping uwsgi, when i try to start it again I get this error: 2014-03-16 08:38:34,249 DEBG 'app' stderr output: ...
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Starting supervisor with init fails

I installed supervisor using pip on my debian 7 installation. I then grabbed this file and moved it here: /etc/init.d/supervisord https://github.com/Supervisor/initscripts/blob/master/debian-norrgard ...
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Serving multiple web-service instances [closed]

We're building an API-based web solution on Python which is going to be delivered to individual customers. Each customer is going to have a separate dataset. Currently, it's not a problem to deploy ...
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python-ldap add member to Active Directory group

I am trying to add member to Active Directory group with script using python-ldap module. Here are my attempt so far: import ldap from ldap import modlist as modlist l = ldap.initialize(server) ...
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Using uwsgi and gunicorn at the same time or fully switch to gunicorn?

We are running our python app behind nginx. First we used uWSGI, because it is fast, reliable and easy to deploy. Next, as the number of simultaneous clients (using server-sent events/eventstream) ...
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Python code location on debian [closed]

Simple question, which of these is a better directory setup for locating my project and why, as I have seen both recommended on different tutorial sites: Option 1: ...