[uWSGI] uwsgi_admin

Yann Malet yann.malet at gmail.com
Tue Jan 26 18:15:18 CET 2010


Quick feedback. I have just tested it and it seems to work alright I will
resume my work on uwsgi_admin packaging where I left it and I will let you
where we stand. I think that bit should take us to a situation where we can
have something that just work.  The side effect of the recent improvement
might make the packaging easier. However I am wondering if it would not make
sense to register UWSGI on PYPI. This would make it very easy on be
installed on virtually any system: "pip install uwsgi" or "easy_install
uwsgi".


You will find below the test I did to quickly test :

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(ve)yml at yml-laptop:uwsgi_admin$ pip install -E ve -e hg+
http://projects.unbit.it/hg/uwsgi#egg=uwsgi
Obtaining uwsgi from hg+http://projects.unbit.it/hg/uwsgi#egg=uwsgi
  Updating ./ve/src/uwsgi clone
  Running setup.py egg_info for package uwsgi
    rm -f utils.o protocol.o socket.o pymodule.o spooler.o logging.o main.o
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` utils.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` protocol.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` socket.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` -o pymodule.o
uwsgi_pymodule.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` spooler.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` logging.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` -o main.o
uwsgi.c
    gcc `python2.6-config --libs` `xml2-config --libs` utils.o protocol.o
socket.o spooler.o logging.o pymodule.o main.o -o uwsgi26
    detected python version 2.6
Installing collected packages: uwsgi
  Running setup.py develop for uwsgi
    rm -f utils.o protocol.o socket.o pymodule.o spooler.o logging.o main.o
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` utils.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` protocol.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` socket.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` -o pymodule.o
uwsgi_pymodule.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` spooler.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` logging.c
    gcc -c `python2.6-config --cflags` `xml2-config --cflags` -o main.o
uwsgi.c
    gcc `python2.6-config --libs` `xml2-config --libs` utils.o protocol.o
socket.o spooler.o logging.o pymodule.o main.o -o uwsgi26
    detected python version 2.6
    Creating
/opt/www/uwsgi-admin/uwsgi_admin/ve/lib/python2.6/site-packages/uWSGI.egg-link
(link to .)
    uWSGI 0.9.4.1 is already the active version in easy-install.pth

    Installed /opt/www/uwsgi-admin/uwsgi_admin/ve/src/uwsgi
Successfully installed uwsgi
(ve)yml at yml-laptop:uwsgi_admin$ uwsgi26 -h
Usage: uwsgi26 [options...]
-s|--socket <name> path (or name) of UNIX/TCP socket to bind to
-l|--listen <num> set socket listen queue to <n> (default 64, maximum is
system dependent)
-z|--socket-timeout <sec> set socket timeout to <sec> seconds (default 4
seconds)
-b|--buffer-size <n> set buffer size to <n> bytes
-L|--disable-logging disable request logging (only errors or server messages
will be logged)
-x|--xmlconfig <path> path of xml config file (no ROCK_SOLID)
-w|--module <module> name of python config module (no ROCK_SOLID)
-t|--harakiri <sec> set harakiri timeout to <sec> seconds
-p|--processes <n> spawn <n> uwsgi worker processes
-O|--optimize <n> set python optimization level to <n> (no ROCK_SOLID)
-v|--max-vars <n> set maximum number of vars/headers to <n>
-A|--sharedarea <n> create a shared memory area of <n> pages
-c|--cgi-mode set cgi mode (no ROCK_SOLID)
-C|--chmod-socket chmod socket to 666
-P|--profiler enable profiler (no ROCK_SOLID)
-m|--memory-report enable memory usage report (Linux/OSX only, no
ROCK_SOLID)
-i|--single-interpreter single interpreter mode (no ROCK_SOLID)
-a|--abstract-socket set socket in the abstract namespace (Linux only)
-T|--enable-threads enable threads support (no ROCK_SOLID)
-M|--master enable master process manager
-H|--home <path> set python home/virtualenv
-h|--help this help
-r|--reaper process reaper (call waitpid(-1,...) after each request)
-R|--max-requests maximum number of requests for each worker
-j|--test test if uWSGI can import a module
-Q|--spooler <dir> run the spooler on directory <dir>
--pidfile <file> write the masterpid to <file>
--chroot <dir> chroot to directory <dir> (only root)
--gid <id> setgid to <id> (only root)
--uid <id> setuid to <id> (only root)
--sync-log let uWSGI does its best to avoid logfile mess
--no-server initialize the uWSGI server then exit. Useful for testing and
using uwsgi embedded module
--no-defer-accept disable the no-standard way to defer the accept() call
(TCP_DEFER_ACCEPT, SO_ACCEPTFILTER...)
--paste <config:/egg:> load applications using paste.deploy.loadapp()
--check-interval <sec> set the check interval (in seconds) of the master
process
--pythonpath <dir> add <dir> to PYTHONPATH
--pyargv <args> assign args to python sys.argv
-d|--daemonize <logfile> daemonize and log into <logfile>
(ve)yml at yml-laptop:uwsgi_admin$ which uwsgi26
/opt/www/uwsgi-admin/uwsgi_admin/ve/bin/uwsgi26


On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 12:44 PM, Roberto De Ioris <roberto at unbit.it> wrote:

> On Tue, 2010-01-26 at 10:24 -0400, Yann Malet wrote:
> > Roberto,
> >
> >
> > This was the with the latest version:
>
>
> i have committed a very hacky version, unfortunatly setuptools/distutils
> do not mention installation of binary apps so i have to manually copy
> (using shutil.copy) the uwsgi executable in the sys.prefix+'/bin' dir.
>
> It should work without problems but it is really UGLY.
>
> Let me know if it works
>
>
>
> >
>
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