|gunicorn: ERROR (no such file) nginx + gunicorn + supervisor|
| by Calve Martin in Web Design|
I deploy my django project with gunicorn, nginx, supervisord.
installed a gunicorn in virtualenv, added in INSTALL_APPS.
./manage.py run_gunicorn -b 127.0.0.1:8999
2012-12-04 12:27:33  [INFO] Starting gunicorn
2012-12-04 12:27:33  [INFO] Listening at:
2012-12-04 12:27:33 [21
|Gunicorn shows 404 instead of app|
| by CodeAndLearn in Programming Languages|
I have a Flask app that I am trying to run through Gunicorn.
The app is located in a module, lets say its called "mymodule", and
__init__.py file located in
from flask import Flask
if __name__ == '__main__':
However, no matter the URL, a 404
|Does Gunicorn run on Windows|
| by NoTine42 in Programming Languages|
I have looked around for a while, and I was surprised not finding any
information whether Gunicorn runs on Windows or not.
Does anyone know
if that is the case, and if so, where can I find some documentation about
|OpenERP and Gunicorn|
| by FallenHero in Web Design|
Is possible to have a more specific configuration for openerp 6.1 and
I'm interested to run openerp on wsgi web server and I'm
interested to have a more detailed information about the cron task
There is poor documentation on the web.
|No way to run pymongo with gunicorn?|
| by Jérôme in Web Design|
Seems like pymongo cannot be ran with gunicorn?
My stack is
Django + MongoEngine (wrapper to pymongo) and now trying to implement web
sockets (gevent), so that it requires to run with gunicorn server. However,
when running with Gunicorn. The landing page which does not require any
database hit, it loads fine, but after logging in (hits db) it does funky
thing and returns "AssertionE
|gunicorn and websockets|
| by Andrew Forbes in Programming Languages|
I'm trying to get http://www.gelens.org/code/gevent-websocket/ running
and keep getting the following error.
result = self._run(*self.args, **self.kwargs)
line 571, in handle
|Django Gunicorn Debug|
| by Pedro Varela in Development Tools & Services|
Initially I had a Django app with the included testing server. To debug
this setup, I can just add a
import pdb; pdb.set_trace()
anywhere in the code and have a breaking point that throws me into an
interactive debugger in Terminal (on command-line).
shifted to gunicorn to gain some perf benifits. How can I get a similar
behavior while using this Gunicorn se
|Django Gunicorn wsgi|
| by cmdrdredd in Programming Languages|
Hi I am trying to integrate my django 1.4.1 app with Gunicorn 0.14.6. I
start gunicorn server from command line like so -
I get this traceback
Traceback (most recent call last):
"/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/gunicorn/arbiter.py", line 459, in
|Cannot install gunicorn on Ubuntu|
| by Juncar in Web Design|
I'm trying to install gunicorn in my virtual env, but get the
$ pip install gunicorn
gunicorn-0.14.2.tar.gz (203Kb): 203Kb downloaded
egg_info for package gunicorn
warning: no files found matching '*'
under directory 'debian'
Installing collected packages: gunicorn Fo
|Can't get access log to work for gunicorn|
| by tayles in Development Tools & Services|
I'm running gunicorn behind ngninx. I want to log errors in gunicorn to
gunicorn-error.log and access logs to gunicorn-access.log.
got the errorlog working but not the access log, what am I doing wrong?
This is my gunicorn.conf.py:
backlog = 2048
workers = 3