[HCoop-Help] django server

eyecreate at hcoop.net eyecreate at hcoop.net
Fri May 8 18:33:44 EDT 2009

alright, thanks for your inputs. One last thing I can think of is running a
daemon behind the mod_proxy. I have looked at the docs many times and have
understood how to set up the mod_proxy, but I don't understand all the steps
that are needed to keep a daemon running in the background with file access
and restarts on mire restart. Since I'm sure this has been done many times,
could someone explain this to me better?

On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 4:07 PM, Clinton Ebadi <clinton at unknownlamer.org>wrote:

> eyecreate at hcoop.net writes:
> > How would one go about running a django project on hcoop servers. Would
> > this require another Apache setup?
> If you use fastcgi (or maybe wsgi; I couldn't tell if it was supported)
> you could run your django app using lighttpd behind our main apache via
> mod_proxy. Alternatively, if there were a way to run the django
> application as a dedicated web server you could sit that directly behind
> mod_proxy.
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