[MapProxy] Best way to deploy mapproxy

Frank Broniewski brfr at metrico.lu
Thu Jul 19 23:26:04 PDT 2012

Am 19.07.2012 23:00, schrieb Benjamin Wragg:
> Hi,
> Just started with MapProxy...loving it...top job guys.
> So far I've just been running it as serve-develop but I'm getting close to putting it into the production environment. I've looked at the ways it can be deploy and I'm a little overwhelmed with all the available options. Just wondered if anyone has any comments on which deployment method and software options is the fastest/best/preferred?
> 1) HTTP behind HTTP Proxy (Gunicorn, Spawning, Nginx, Apache)
> 2) FastCGI behind HTTP server (flup, apache, nginx, lighttpd)
> 3) Embedded in HTTP server (apache and others)
> I'm running Ubuntu 12 server. Its just going to run on an internal ethernet network, not over the web. I have no real preference on the web server so I'm open to suggestion. I've used Apache previously for other apps but if something is faster I'd love to hear about it.
> Regards,
> bwragg
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I am deploying Mapproxy on Apache with mod_wsgi. I still have no real 
experience with high load, but usually mod_wsgi works nicely.

I wouldn't run fastcgi if I'd the choice though ... mod_wsgi is way  faster



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