Easiest way to use nginx with Python (Django)?

For a while now, I’ve been using nginx with great success as a remote
proxy server in front of Tomcat, and also in front of PHP via fastcgi.
It’s likely that I will require to use it in front of a Django Python
web application soon, and I’m just wondering what the easiest way of
doing this is likely to be. I’ve read about a number of different ways
of doing this but what I’m most interested in is ease of setup - the
last ounce of performance isn’t that critical. Keen to hear from anybody
who’s done this.

John


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If simplicity is your primary target, gunicorn is for sure the best way
to
go:

http://gunicorn.org/

it does only one thing and it does it well (and is written in python).

If in the future you need a more advanced platform you can look at
uWSGI.


Roberto De Ioris
http://unbit.it

maybe this link would help

http://senko.net/en/django-nginx-gunicorn/

Regards

M

On 18/06/11 17:48, Martin Loy wrote:

maybe this link would help

http://senko.net/en/django-nginx-gunicorn/

Thanks, I’ll investigate gunicorn, then.

J

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