Coming from the Linux environment, I'll try to be as accurate as possible with Windows concepts I clearly don't master.
Here's my current situation:
- I have a functional Windows (10 pro x64) Nginx setup
- It's working well on https, using the computer name as FQDN (static files are reachable through https://computer-name/filenames)
- My Python Flask app works well and can be served standalone or as WSGI thanks to waitress.
And here's my problem:
I can't figure out how -and if it's even possible- to bind my WSGI app to the server configuration of Nginx. Considering the well written Digital Ocean tutorial for Linux, my problem is probably somewhere between steps 5 and 6. Should I apply the same way of thinking and build a Windows service before linking it thanks to a
.sock link, or is that clearly not the right way?
If that's the right way, I don't know where to learn how to do that and what are the main steps to achieve that. For example, it seems that UNIX sockets are now supported by Windows (but I don't know how) or should I use named pipes (but... I don't know how!).
Hopping that I miss nothing, thanks your help.
Inspired of this question configuring a proxy pass works. Is that a solid solution?