[GeoNode-users] GeoSites Deploy
matt.a.hanson at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 07:19:22 PST 2016
I've actually just recently created a geosites-project (based on
landscapeportal) to be used for this, which may be of some help to you:
I've got a few additional changes to it which I will be making this weekend
concerning adding links for the web server and gunicorn configs.
But to answer your question, you run the management command from your
project directory, where the manage.py and manage_all.py scripts are, and
it does not need to be done as root because it won't link any of the config
files for your web server, that has to be done manually.
On Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 9:05 AM, Brian Norberg <bnorberg02 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am interested in testing GeoNode GeoSites and was wondering if there are
> any best practices for installing a multisite setup. Right now, I have a
> quick installation of GeoNode 2.4 on Ubuntu,
> Can you use the manage.py addsite command in the quick installation setup?
> If so, what directory should I run the management command, and does it need
> to be done as root?
> I also notice this repo for creating multisite GeoNode,
> https://github.com/terranodo/landscapeportal. Is this the more preferred
> method for doing a multisite setup?
> Thank you for you time.
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