[GeoNode-devel] Supervisor + Gunicorn
pjdufour.dev at gmail.com
Thu Jul 21 15:17:05 PDT 2016
Sorry, I haven't provided any update. Had some competing priorities.
Just using 1 user for instances (python) and gunicorn should simplify
things in the long run, but the migration will be complex, especially
migrating OS groups that share files between uwsgi, instances, nginx, etc.
Hope to get to this before FOSS4G, but not sure.
On May 31, 2016 12:58 PM, "Patrick Dufour" <pjdufour.dev at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, good to hear! That's great info.
> Yeah, forgot to mention that the cluster I'm thinking about migrating is a
> group of GeoNodes/GeoServers all on 1 CentOS machine sharing 1 nginx. Easy
> enough to add memcached to supervisor.
> I'll give it a shot then. Thanks.
> On May 31, 2016 6:40 PM, "Daniel Berry" <dberry at boundlessgeo.com> wrote:
>> I have setup supervisor + gunicorn + tomcat in a centos instance. I have
>> seen some delays, but I am in the process of including memcached...
>> hopefully that will help. Apache is being used as the reverse proxy for
>> gunicorn(HTTP:8000) and tomcat (AJP:8009).
>> You could also have uwsgi running as a subprocess under supervisord.
>> GeoSHAPE uses supervisord for celery and uwsgi processes.
>> On Tue, May 31, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Patrick Dufour <pjdufour.dev at gmail.com>
>>> Has anyone used supervisor and gunicorn for a GeoNode instance or a
>>> cluster of instances before?
>>> An instance I help manage currently uses system managed uwsgi/GeoNode
>>> and tomcat/GeoServer processes.
>>> I was thinking of switching to supervisor to manage the gunicorn and
>>> tomcat processes, so the configuration could be managed in a
>>> supervisord.conf file and supervisorctl at the project roots instead of
>>> config spread across system /etc files. Supervisor can also be accessed
>>> through a python virtual environment rather than system python. I think it
>>> might help with maintainability.
>>> I saw some online blog posts saying Gunicorn is slow, but is the
>>> performance speed so bad it negates benefits of visibility.
>>> Relevant lessons learned would be appreciated.
>>> Thanks very much.
>>> geonode-devel mailing list
>>> geonode-devel at lists.osgeo.org
>> *Daniel Berry*
>> Senior Software Engineer | Boundless
>> dberry at boundlessgeo.com
>> 512-468-3946 (cell)
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