[MapProxy] WMS: "pure" Python or WSGI?
brfr at metrico.lu
Sun Apr 6 23:44:41 PDT 2014
I've a similar setup including ZFS storage, but I'm running mapproxy
under apache22 with mod_wsgi, including memcached and can't complain
about speed also. In fact anything is faster than the SimpleHTTPServer,
so I'd propose to use whatever suits you best and see where your choice
Am 2014-04-03 22:20, schrieb BERÉNYI Attila:
> Hi Tobias,
> I assume you already checked out the production page (
> I am using MapProxy in production with spawning (WSGI server), Nginx
> (proxy), mapnik and file caches stored on ZFS - works really well so far.
> Note that if you are using mapnik, you have to set up the virtualenv with
> python2 as mapnik's python3 support is not there yet, however, MapProxy's
> python3 branch looks good (tested with waitress as WSGI server).
> 2014-03-12 14:41 GMT+00:00 Tobias Wendorff <tobias.wendorff at tu-dortmund.de>:
>> Hi there,
>> my mapproxy- and mapnik-based WMS is working well with the internal
>> Python HTTP-service. Right now, only three people are accessing it,
>> but now I want to give access to some students.
>> Can I achieve higher performance when using a webserver with WSGI
>> or is the "pure Python" solution already "state-of-the-art"?
>> Good work!
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