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bio website gregbrown.co.nz
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Web developer in Christchurch, NZ.

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revised UWSGI, Django, nginx cookie issue - causes 405 Error
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comment UWSGI --cheap and --idle modes - expected behaviour
Yes and yes - what I observed was all the processes were at ~500kb, but when I browsed to the site, the process for that site jumped up to the usual level of memory usage and served the request.
Jun
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comment UWSGI --cheap and --idle modes - expected behaviour
Thanks, I had read that in the docs but I'm mainly curious as to how my processes dropped to ~500kb. Any idea?
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comment uwsgi memory usage optimisation
Cheers, --master was what I needed. I must say the docs are a bit lacking in detail!
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comment Django hosting on linux - what's the most memory-efficient technique?
I've got a few sites running on uwsgi, and have tried various combinations of the cheap, idle and die-on-idle options, but the memory usage is staying high. Anything obvious I could be missing? I'm proxying from nginx to uwsgi via http for now, but I didn't think that would make a difference memory-wise.
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comment Django hosting on linux - what's the most memory-efficient technique?
Actually, I must confess I didn't read them very thoroughly, I'm more familiar with Gunicorn. Thanks for the tip, I'll give uwsgi a go and see how it works out.