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  • Nginx Unit – Universal web app server
    17 projects | | 10 Sep 2023
    I'm hoping so – gunicorn has a long-open pull request that would fix `--reuse-port`, which currently does nothing

  • SynchronousOnlyOperation from celery task using gevent execution pool on django orm
    3 projects | /r/django | 31 May 2023
    4 projects | /r/djangolearning | 31 May 2023
  • Deploying Django when using python-socketio
    1 project | /r/django | 13 May 2023
    However, I'm curious about the best way to deploy, specifically with regard to WSGI. I've tried using the raw eventlet WSGI server (`eventlet.wsgi.server(eventlet.listen(("", 8000)), application)`). I then start it with `python runserver`. This has worked okay, but I'm unsure about how scalable it is. It seems like the standard stack is Django + Gunicorn + NGINX. Based on `python-socketio` documentation, this should be possible. I tried django + eventlet + gunicorn, but it seems like gunicorn a) [doesn't play nice with eventlet]( and b) only supports one worker. Gevent + Gunicorn doesn't have this bug, but still only supports one worker. Also, I'm not sure how actively maintained gevent is. So I'm not sure how scalable either Gunicorn + eventlet or Gunicorn + geventlet is as a WSGI server. So I'm not sure if Gunicorn is my best bet, or if it's too limited.
  • The Django ecosystem is not so good
    5 projects | | 8 Feb 2023
  • 3 cool project ideas for Python programmers
    3 projects | | 29 Aug 2022
    For building your API, I recommend using the Flask library. It is very beginner-friendly, and you will be able to build a simple API in a matter of minutes! Keep in mind that, for a more serious project, you should definitely use something like gunicorn to run you API as a production server.
  • Django 4.1 Released
    5 projects | | 3 Aug 2022
    Interesting looks like it might actually be a python bug. Somehow just changing from sys.exit(0) -> os._exit(0) apparently fixes it.

  • Serverless Templates for AWS and Python
    9 projects | | 2 Aug 2022
    The cool thing is that you can easily migrate your WSGI- application such as Flask, Django, or Gunicorn to AWS.
  • Scope of database threads + connections + sessions
    1 project | /r/django | 20 Apr 2022
    Yeah, that's kind of the impression I was getting. I stumbled across a github issue for gunicorn along these lines.
  • Running Django with Gunicorn - Best Practice
    1 project | /r/codehunter | 19 Mar 2022
    Taking a glimpse at gunicorn's code it looks like they pretty much all do the same: 2. seems to be creating a wsgi app using django's internals, and 3. uses 2.
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