[uWSGI] Using emperor for managing celery

Roberto De Ioris roberto at unbit.it
Fri Apr 11 07:18:53 CEST 2014


> <html><body><span style="font-family:Verdana; color:#000000;
> font-size:10pt;"><div>Hi,</div><div><br></div><div>I'm trying to get my
> head around using emperor to manage celery. Let's say I have just
> installed celery via PIP and for testing I am running the following code
> to run it manally:</div><pre class="line-pre" style=""><div class="line"
> id="file-deploy-sh-LC124" style=""><br></div><div class="line"
> id="file-deploy-sh-LC125" style=""><span class="nb" style="">export
> </span><span class="nv" style="">C_FORCE_ROOT</span><span class="o"
> style="">=</span><span class="s2" style="">"true"</span></div><div
> class="line" id="file-deploy-sh-LC126" style=""><span class="nb"
> style="">cd</span> /var/www/test</div><div class="line"
> id="file-deploy-sh-LC127" style="">/var/www/test/venv/bin/celery worker
> --app<span class="o" style="">=</span>app.celery</div><div class="line"
> id="file-deploy-sh-LC127" style=""><br></div><div class="line"
> id="file-deploy-sh-LC127" style="">How can I translate this into a line
> for my ini:</div><div class="line" id="file-deploy-sh-LC127"
> style=""><br></div><div class="line" id="file-deploy-sh-LC127"
> style=""><pre style=""><span class="na"
> style="">smart-attach-daemon</span> <span class="o" style="">=</span>
> <span class="s" style="">/tmp/celery.pid celery -A tasks worker
> --pidfile=/tmp/celery.pid</span></pre><pre style=""><span class="s"
> style="">It seems like anything I try refuses to start
> it.</span></pre><pre style=""><span class="s"
> style=""><br></span></pre><pre style=""><span class="s"
> style="">James</span></pre></div></pre></span></body></html>
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Hi, check you are not using an old uWSGI version.

smart daemons are supported only from 1.4

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Roberto De Ioris
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