I’m switching from gunicorn to uWSGI on a Django project.
I’m using the uwsgi cookbook. It seems to be missing some attributes
that are required for running Django, according to the Django /and/ the
uWSGI site documentation.
The Django-specific options here are:
- chdir: The path to the directory that needs to be on Python’s import
path – i.e., the directory containing the mysite package.
- module: The WSGI module to use – probably the mysite.wsgi module
- env: Should probably contain at least DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE.
- home: Optional path to your project virtualenv.
But those are not here in the cookbook: https://github.com/50onRed/uwsgi
… with the exception of home_path.
What am I missing here? Surely people are using the uwsgi cookbook with
(On the other hand, I was sort of expecting to find an a uswsgi resource
in the application_python cookbook, but it doesn’t exist.)
How are people doing it?