On 07/13/2012 09:41 PM, Roberto De Ioris wrote:
>> I think this is getting old....
>> Please, how do I run a Pyramid 1.3 app, full with logging as specified
>> in the .ini file, under uWSGI.
> uwsgi --http :8080 --ini-paste-logged deployement.ini
> (substitute deployment.ini with your config file).
> You have to use at least uWSGI 1.2
I must admit I didn't try directly from command line, but I use uwsgi
config INI because of vassals and several sites run under same uwsgi
server, so I like to drop them in /etc/uwsgi.d/ which I configured in my
custom sysvinit script.
So this is my config INI (not the paste INI):
master = true
processes = 1
enable-threads = true
single-interpreter = true
threads = 2
uid = siteuser
gid = siteuser
paste = config:/home/siteuser/Sitename/production.ini
chdir = /home/siteuser
virtualenv = /home/siteuser/Sitename/virtualenv
socket = /tmp/uwsgi/uwsgi-sitename.socket
So instead of "paste" I tried "ini-paste-logged" (assuming command line
parameters are equal to the INI params), and it doesn't work. I mean the
site works but the logging config is not picked up.
Meanwhile I found a way on another thread on the list. Basically, add
custom entry in production.ini, say "logging.config" (or whatever), and
then in the __init__'s main:
logging.config.fileConfig(settings["logging.config"]) # or whatever the
entry in .ini is
This works for now, but I don't think it's very elegant. I was looking
for a way to get the INI path in main() without having to resort to
settings tricks, but either I missed it in the docs, or there is no way.
Methinks whatever pserve is doing should be exposed (if it isn't already
and I missed it) to main().
.oO V Oo.