WSGI mod, Python, Django, Celery and a nice fella virtualenv

Here I’ll show how to use Python (3.8.0 in the current example, but legit for latest 3.+ versions, not for os.name == ‘NT’) and virtualenv to setup WGSI enabled website on Django (or any) with implemented Celery + Flower + RabbitMQ. This example is my own path used for automated test framework: Octopus (not available now, but have dev branch opened: Lobster) Here only configurations and setup for Python 3.8.0, virtualenv, WSGI, Django, Celery (worker and beat services), Flower and that’s it. Later I’ll show Django + Celery configuration when they run together (sort of). You may want to install Python at first: Read When your modern and fancy python is installed, we’ll make a virtual environment for our website.Short Read more…

Django + apache2 + mod_wsgi

This is conf file to allow apache run Django applications.

Use these links: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-run-django-with-mod_wsgi-and-apache-with-a-virtualenv-python-environment-on-a-debian-vps https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-serve-django-applications-with-apache-and-mod_wsgi-on-ubuntu-14-04 https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.8/howto/deployment/wsgi/ Don’t forget to use correct IPs – domains, and addresses. Especially if proxy pass is used.     Read more…