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Apr
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awarded  Supporter
Jan
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accepted What user should run the gunicorn process?
Jan
26
asked What user should run the gunicorn process?
Jan
12
comment What user should own a website's files?
Thanks Michael. I was unaware of that article and it's just what I was looking for.
Jan
12
asked What user should own a website's files?
Jan
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accepted Is it assumed that if you use Ansible, you'll use Vagrant too?
Dec
29
awarded  Commentator
Dec
29
comment Is it assumed that if you use Ansible, you'll use Vagrant too?
OK, thanks Mike. As I said, I'm new to dev-ops and I realized this might sound like a stupid question when I wrote it. But we all have to learn someplace. ;-)
Dec
29
comment Is it assumed that if you use Ansible, you'll use Vagrant too?
Out of respect to the podcasters and bloggers who gave me this idea, I'll let them remain anonymous. I guess my real question is: would it be advisable to run my application inside a Vagrant VM? If I need to modify or update things, I'd think it would be cleaner to delete and rebuild the VM and leave a "pristine" server underneath than have to rebuild the server itself. But is there a noticeable performance hit if I do that? Thanks.
Dec
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asked Is it assumed that if you use Ansible, you'll use Vagrant too?
Jun
24
awarded  Popular Question
May
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comment Run shell script as Supervisord subprocess?
Thanks @Matt but that does sound too "hacky" to attempt. I've spent almost a month trying to get celery workers to start up via either an init.d daemon script or a supervisor script and I finally got it working with Supervisor so I'm really hesitant to muck with my Celery configuration or try switching to runit. I just don't understand why Debian is changing the ownership on these files and deleting my pid directory.
May
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asked Run shell script as Supervisord subprocess?
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
12
comment How to Access Apache Virtual Host from Cell Phone?
Andre, you're suggestion that I move the access control block solved the first problem of accessing the virtualhost from my cell phone. Thanks! Mikko, your solution worked as well. I still can't seem to get rid of that Python popup but I can live with that for now.
Jun
12
comment How to Access Apache Virtual Host from Cell Phone?
On Mac OS X, /etc is a symlink to /private/etc.
Jun
10
awarded  Editor
Jun
10
comment How to Access Apache Virtual Host from Cell Phone?
That was a typo. I meant "apache2", not "apaches". I've corrected it in my question.
Jun
10
revised How to Access Apache Virtual Host from Cell Phone?
Fixed typo
Jun
10
comment How to Access Apache Virtual Host from Cell Phone?
Did you mean "Try _re_moving..."? Thanks.