Archive for September, 2009

Mounting Supervisor on a WebFaction subdomain

In a previous post I mentioned that you could mount your supervisor process on a sub domain so that you could view and manage your Django and Nginx processes from a web browser. In this post I’m going to show you how to do this.

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Using Django over HTTPS on Webfaction

Webfaction have recently made a change to set the X-Forwarded-SSL header from the main Apache instance for HTTPS connections, this means the using Apache & mod_wsgi HTTPS now Just Works™ However if you are running

Nginx & Django on Webfaction – Part 2

Hopefully after finishing Part 1a and Part 1b you have a working Nginx + Django install on Webfaction. In this installment I’m going to show you how to keep your site running through app failures and server reboots.