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bio website grovemade.com
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I freelance web design and development for Grove Made and run an Argentine wine company called Anuva Wines.

My toolbox: Python, Django, Photoshop, HTML/CSS, jQuery, PostgreSQL, Apache, Nginx, Ubuntu.
In training: backbone.js, CoffeeScript, Objective C

www.yujitomita.com


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revised What is logcheck, and why is it consuming 100% CPU out of the blue?
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asked What is logcheck, and why is it consuming 100% CPU out of the blue?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Sep
21
accepted How to serve an application subdirectory (127.0.0.1:8000/app-subdirectory) from the root URL?
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Sep
21
comment How to serve an application subdirectory (127.0.0.1:8000/app-subdirectory) from the root URL?
yes I believe all was working with a simply proxy_pass statement. The application was redirecting using what it thinks is say /my-directory/ which is why I never thought it was working at all... Thank you for your advice, it is very much appreciated. Let me dig into this a bit!
Sep
21
comment How to serve an application subdirectory (127.0.0.1:8000/app-subdirectory) from the root URL?
Making some progress.. I believe the problem was a redirect to HTTPS confusing the crap out of things. I disabled the APP redirecting to HTTPs and I'm getting somewhere!!
Sep
21
comment How to serve an application subdirectory (127.0.0.1:8000/app-subdirectory) from the root URL?
That's one of the first things I tried.. it redirects my browser to http:127.0.0.1:8000/my-subdirectory/. When I add the proper host, I no longer get redirected to 127.0.01, but the URL contains /my-subdirectory/ so visiting mysite.com/ takes me to mysite.com/my-subdirectory/ (and the path to the app is /my-subdirectory/). If the URL in the browser is /my-subdirectory/, my app should be seeing /my-subdirectory/my-subdirectory/. Arg!
Sep
21
revised How to serve an application subdirectory (127.0.0.1:8000/app-subdirectory) from the root URL?
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21
revised How to serve an application subdirectory (127.0.0.1:8000/app-subdirectory) from the root URL?
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asked How to serve an application subdirectory (127.0.0.1:8000/app-subdirectory) from the root URL?
Aug
13
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
6
comment Nginx cache reverse proxy: how to keep app server alive during the 5 second window when cache expires?
Also does this have an interface to clear cache (before expiration) or is it set and forget?
Oct
6
comment Nginx cache reverse proxy: how to keep app server alive during the 5 second window when cache expires?
First off, I want to express appreciation for you time. Thank you! Okay, this seems to make sense; I need Apache (or gunicorn or other to run django). How does this determine which pages to cache? This appears to cache everything, then when the cache object has expired, serves the stale cache and sends one request to the backend to update the cache. Can we choose which pages to cache at the backend server level? I take it all of this is handled via cache-control headers and I simply need to write new code compatible with django that sets the cache-control?
Oct
5
comment Nginx cache reverse proxy: how to keep app server alive during the 5 second window when cache expires?
Well, the language certainly describes exactly what I need. Server stale cache while a single connection pulls the new one... Interesting... can't read it in depth atm, but interesting! It's a filesystem cache built right into proxy_passing?
Oct
5
revised Nginx cache reverse proxy: how to keep app server alive during the 5 second window when cache expires?
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comment Nginx cache reverse proxy: how to keep app server alive during the 5 second window when cache expires?
My config is really simple; it just looks for a key in memcached and serves it if it exists.. posting. Will research the things you pointed out. Appreciate it!
Oct
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asked Nginx cache reverse proxy: how to keep app server alive during the 5 second window when cache expires?