So I’ve dockerized a django project that used Channels and Redis. I added Nginx and Gunicorn first, which I got working and all the static files were served correctly. Then when I added a separate Daphne container I can’t seem to pass the session information correctly to the ASGI side. The connection seems to be ..
I was setting up Django app in docker with gunicorn + nginx + daphne. But I’m not able to get the app running with daphine error log showing this: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/local/bin/daphne", line 8, in <module> sys.exit(CommandLineInterface.entrypoint()) File "/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/daphne/cli.py", line 191, in entrypoint cls().run(sys.argv[1:]) File "/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/daphne/cli.py", line 252, in run application ..
I have an application running in Docker which is using django 2.2 (Django DRF) + channels 3, daphne, nginx. Now I’m trying to deploy the application. DRF APIs are working fine, but supervisord shows that asgi is repeating spawned and exited, and when the frontend app(react) tries to connect to the websocket it shows 500 ..
We are attempting to configure a live-chat on our website, through the use of Django Channels 2, AWS, and Nginx + Daphne. Our setup works fine running locally, however we are running in to issues when deploying to production. Our production environment consists of two Docker containers that are deployed to AWS using Elastic Container ..
I build a docker where the last command line runs python script through daphne. I want to pass some parameter to my script in docker running time. Right now I havethis line: CMD daphne -b 0.0.0.0 –proxy-headers -e ssl:8085:privateKey=/etc/tls.key:certKey=/etc/tls.crt:extraCertChain=gd.crt server:app where server is my python script. I want to pass some parameters like: CMD daphne ..
So I built a chat app and deployed it with heroku. Since I’m on hobby-dev I can only have 20 connections to postgres, so following some suggestions online I decided using pgbouncer may be a good idea. The heroku document on setting the buildpack up (for example, last part of https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/python-concurrency-and-database-connections#number-of-active-connections) are limited and everything ..