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It appears that mod_wsgi will fail to start if the daemon does not have permissions to its working directories. From the source code: if (wsgi_setup_access(daemon) == -1) { /* * If we get any failure from setting up the appropriate * permissions or working directory for the daemon process * then we exit the process. ...


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I have found the answer to my question: The answer is in this article: https://gist.github.com/jhjguxin/6208474 As it points out: Nginx needs to have read permission of the files that should be served AND have execute permission in each of the parent directories along the path from the root to the served files. The static folder needs to owned by ...


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Ok, so I struggled with this one for quite awhile. In my case, I had an import error relating to mezzanine lurking in my django application (which didn't show itself when using the django development server). For some reason (perhaps a gunicorn bug?), this import error wasn't being displayed in the browser (even with DEBUG=True) or logged by gunicorn. ...



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