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As @Navern suggested, I put my whole command in to a bash script, then ran the bash script from cron. And, of course, an absolute path was necessary.
This isn't the case with all frameworks but django and flask when you run in their dev http mode, which you referenced, is only single threaded. So the server can only handle a single connection at a time. So if two connections come in together the server will handle one and make the other wait. A wsgi server with apache/nginx in front will handle many ...
So apparently I didn't fully understand how try_files worked. After reading up on it, it was not finding a match for any request that wasn't '/' but it WAS matching to '/' and trying to list the directory. Once i added error_page 403 = @cc into the root location block, it redirects correctly to my cc location and displays the homepage.
Turns out google provides direct support for the files API migration. The solution is to just manually add the user back (i.e. @appspot.gserviceaccount.com) to your project. The user was never removed internally.
Another solution might be: AWS Elastic Beanstalk. AWS Elastic Beanstalk support many platforms, including Python. Currently, for Python, they support: 64bit Amazon Linux 2015.03 v1.4.3 running Python 3.4 64bit Amazon Linux 2015.03 v1.4.3 running Python 2.7 64bit Amazon Linux 2015.03 v1.4.3 running Python 2.6 64bit Debian jessie v1.4.3 running Python 3.4 ...
Try using an orchestration tool like Ansible. Start with free open source version. You can also try SaltStack, Chef or Puppet but Ansible is in my opinion the simplest of them and it does not require a server component. And since it is based on python it should be right up your alley. And for mission critical deployment I would suggest blue-green strategy.
You'd use the nginx location directive, as is done in this example of reverse-proxying a flask application. In fact, even for the same location (as in that example), you can use try_files to check a bunch of locations in order, and then serve up a 50x message. It's pretty nice. I can't give you more specific details, because you have told me very, very ...
I was having issue when sending email from squirrelmail web interface. it said: relay access denied I fixed it by removing the following entry from my /etc/hosts: ::1 localhost ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
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