Simone Dalmasso simone.dalmasso at gmail.com
Fri Apr 6 07:09:09 PDT 2018

Hi, local_settings is just a cascade of settings.py where you can override
the default geonode settings. So if you have to modify them, is best to do
it in local_settings.py

2018-04-06 15:57 GMT+02:00 Julierme Pinheiro <
juliermeopensourcedeveloper at gmail.com>:

> HI All,
> I have Geonode2.6.3 installed in Oracle Linux Machine (test purpose) and
> the ALLOWED_HOSTS configuration is done through the local_settings.py file.
> However, I just installed Geonode2.8 in a fresh machine Ubuntu16.04. I got
> confused whether or not the ALLOWED_HOSTS and PROXY_ALLOWED_HOSTS is done
> through the settings.py or local_settings.py files because the tutorial in
> here http://docs.geonode.org/en/master/tutorials/install_and_
> admin/geonode_install/create_geonode_db.html shows the configuration in
> the settings.py. file.
> Another thing I realized, in the centOS/geonode2.6.3 machine, the
> MAP_BASELAYERS configuration is done through the settings.py file, but in
> ubuntu16.04/geonode2.8, MAP_BASELAYERS is done through the
> local_settings.py file.
> Does it make any difference if the configuration (ALLOWED_HOSTS,
> PROXY_ALLOWED_HOSTS and MAP_BASELAYERS) is done in the settings.py or
> local_settings.py file?
> Thank you for your time in advance
> I appreciated it
> Julierme Pinheiro
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