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awarded  Curious
Apr
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comment Django-Mailer won't stop sending emails
It turned out to be one of the apps within my project that was the culprit. I use django_mailer and once I hit "send emails" it would queue up all the emails. Then, it would slowly churn through all the emails sending them one by one. What solved it for me was deleting all the queued messages. That way, there was nothing left to send.
Nov
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accepted Django - Moving database from development to production servers
Nov
9
comment Django - Moving database from development to production servers
oh... wow, ok, and for sure they all go to the production server. Great thanks.
Nov
9
comment Django - Moving database from development to production servers
Won't that be a problem if on the development server, I've run ./manage migrate several times due to multiple DB changes but, running ./manage.py migrate on the production server only picks up the latest migration, not all the migrations that happened along the way? I guess I'm worried about missing migrations in between the first and last migration that I do on the dev server.
Nov
9
comment Django - Moving database from development to production servers
I am using South, I mentioned it in my question. I'm not sure I understand what you're saying.
Nov
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asked Django - Moving database from development to production servers
Oct
31
accepted GIT and Django Projects
Oct
31
comment GIT and Django Projects
Thanks for your advice on the topic. I have considered using GitHub for holding my repos, but I don't think I have a need high enough to pay for it (and I don't want a public version, since the project I am working on is for a business). I am working through a Git guide and, so far, it looks very straight forward. I also think that Fabric is fantastically amazing! I wish I had found it earlier since it will definately speed up my work flow. Thanks again!
Oct
29
comment GIT and Django Projects
Well, my local machine is a WinBox so I always just ssh into the Dev server and work on the code - never worked right on the WinBox. When I'm programming, I make some changes, test it out, change a bit more, test it out. Seems to me that working on the WinBox and pulling/pushing the repo would be more work than just working right on the Dev machine. I like the looks of Fabric and will certainly be using that in the future. Thanks for your input :)
Oct
29
comment GIT and Django Projects
When you say "do your work locally" do you mean on the Dev server? Because that's the server I do my programming on, no other machine. If that is what you mean, would I host the git repo's on the Dev server or the Production server? Is it just as easy to checkout a repo onto a machine that is also hosting the repo?
Oct
29
asked GIT and Django Projects
Oct
18
comment Apache - 2 subdomains, no wildcard SSL certificate
Oh, good point. I just added Listen 80 to my ports.conf file in the main /etc/apache2/ directory (then reloaded/restarted apache). However, same results - can't reach the sight, no error messages in the log file.
Oct
18
asked Apache - 2 subdomains, no wildcard SSL certificate
Oct
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asked Using SSH goes to wrong IP
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
25
revised Django-Mailer won't stop sending emails
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Jan
25
comment Django-Mailer won't stop sending emails
1: The lines have been commented out for almost an hour now, and I restarted cron, the emails are still coming. 2: The mail queue for Django Mailer has been empty for a while now. I don't know how to dump the mail queue in my Google Apps account, I'm not sure I have access to that. 3: Not even sure what I would be watching for. Everything seemed to be acting normally.
Jan
25
revised Django-Mailer won't stop sending emails
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Jan
25
asked Django-Mailer won't stop sending emails