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Mar
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revised uWSGI reload not picking up new code changes
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Apr
23
accepted “uWSGI Error Python application not found” after trying to add a subdomain to Nginx
Apr
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answered “uWSGI Error Python application not found” after trying to add a subdomain to Nginx
Apr
21
comment “uWSGI Error Python application not found” after trying to add a subdomain to Nginx
@singer I'm using 1.5.1
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Apr
13
comment Nginx/uWSGI - upstream prematurely closed connection while reading response header from upstream
@cadmi sorry - my terminal didn't have enough lines to copy/paste it all out and I missed that off. It's in location / { - I've updated my question.
Apr
13
revised Nginx/uWSGI - upstream prematurely closed connection while reading response header from upstream
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Apr
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asked Nginx/uWSGI - upstream prematurely closed connection while reading response header from upstream
Apr
11
comment Unable to access MySQL over SSH - Access denied errors
No, I believed -p simply prompted for the password. At least thats the way the guide I used made it seem. I took that line straight from a set of instructions.
Apr
10
comment Unable to access MySQL over SSH - Access denied errors
I assume mysql listens on the bind-address option, which I've just changed to 'localhost' but again I get the same error when I try to run a mysql command. I assumed that after the install, you can run mysql -u root -p and login with the password you just set during the install, but it doesn't work :(
Apr
10
comment Unable to access MySQL over SSH - Access denied errors
But you can't do that unless you can access mysql right? If I run any mysql commands I get the error.
Apr
10
comment Unable to access MySQL over SSH - Access denied errors
I've ran apt-get install mysql-server then setup the root, then tried mysql -u root -p status and I get the access denied. I've not added any users to mysql or ran mysql-secure-installation. Can you tell I'm new to server admin!?