Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

The Apache authentication system checks are performed in the Apache worker processes and not in the WSGI daemon process. The Apache authentication system only says whether a user is permitted to access the web application. It doesn't change the user that the worker process runs as and it will keep running as the Apache user. If you are trying to use database ...


1

Given you are already limiting the number of requests per child to 500, I would be looking for a memory leak in your code. To limit memory you can use ulimit in the script that starts apache. Set it to a limit as a little larger than you expect the worker threads to use. If a thread tries to grow larger than the specified size, the operating system will ...


0

This is how you can configure mod_wsgi to use Python2.7 I happened to face this same issue. And I was looking at the option on uninstalling mod_wsgi and re-installing it with appropriate configs. Reading one of the articles I realized there was no need to un-install my current mod_wsgi and I could just go ahead and re-install mod_wsgi3.4 (earlier i had ...


0

This is how you can configure mod_wsgi to use Python2.7 I happened to face this same issue. And I was looking at the option on uninstalling mod_wsgi and re-installing it with appropriate configs. Reading one of the articles I realized there was no need to un-install my current mod_wsgi and I could just go ahead and re-install mod_wsgi3.4 (earlier i had ...


0

This is not an exact solution to your problem, but a recommendation. You should only use one domain, with or without www to serve content to your visitors, and then use HTTP 301 redirect to direct users to the real site. This way Google cannot have any issues with possible duplicate content on different domains.


0

I think I found the solution. I was confused about which file to download in the site that has windows binaries for mod_wsgi.so. This is how the file name is structured (this is what I wasn't understanding): mod_wsgi[WSGI version]+ap[Apache version]vc[Visual C++ Redistributable version that was used to compile Apache]‑cp[Python ...


0

What you are seeing looks like what is a known bug in Postgres client library. http://www.postgresql.org/message-id/5436991B.5020708@vmware.com When there are concurrent threads and you get an SSL Postgres connection made which overlaps with a SSL connection for something like a web service, Postgres client library can cause a deadlock. I am not sure ...



Top 50 recent answers are included