Posts Tagged ‘webfaction’
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.
In Part 1a of this series we compiled Nginx and Installed Django in this next part we are going to configure nginx and Django and get our welcome page displaying. First lets configure nginx, the default conf file looks like this:
This is aimed at Installing and configuring Django running as a FCGI Process behind Nginx on WebFaction shared hosting. Later on in this series I will be showing how to create fancy ajax upload progress indicators with most of the work done by Nginx, and also how to hand off the work of large downloads back to Nginx.