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uwsgi (12) Versions 0.0.10

Installs/Configures uWSGI

Berkshelf/Librarian
Policyfile
Knife
cookbook 'uwsgi', '= 0.0.10'
cookbook 'uwsgi', '= 0.0.10', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install uwsgi
knife cookbook site download uwsgi
README
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Description

Opscode Chef cookbook that installs and configures uWSGI. uWSGI is a fast, self-healing and developer/sysadmin-friendly application container server coded in pure C.

Requirements

Platform

  • Debian, Ubuntu

Cookbooks

  • python
  • runit

Definitions

uwsgi_service - :home_path - path to the app you want to run with uWSGI, default to "/var/www/app" - :pid_path - path to pid file for uWSGI, default to "/var/run/uwsgi-app.pid" - :host - hostname to run uWSGI on, default to "127.0.0.1" - :port - port number to run uWSGI on, default to 8080 - :worker_processes - number of uWSGI workers, default to 2, should probably be relative to the number of CPUs - :app - app to run on uwsgi, passed to --module parameted of uWSGI, default to "main:app" - :uid - user-id to run uwsgi under, default to www-data - :gid - group-id to run uwsgi under, default to www-data - :master - enable uwsgi master process, default to false - :no_orphans - kill workers without a master process, default to false - :die_on_term - make uwsgi die on term signal, default to false - :close_on_exec - set close-on-exec flag on uwsgi socket, default to false - :lazy - load application after worker fork(), default to false - :disable_logging - disable uwsgi request logging, default to false

Usage

Add the default uWSGI recipe to install uwsgi through pip. Define a uWSGI service with a definition like so:

uwsgi_service "myapp" do
  home_path "/var/www/app"
  pid_path "/var/run/uwsgi-app.pid"
  host "127.0.0.1"
  port 8080
  worker_processes 2
  app "flask:app"
end

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