[MapProxy] eventlet error

Andrew Terry andrew.terry at centremaps.co.uk
Wed Feb 8 10:47:40 PST 2017

Thanks Travis, it’s very hard to know where you’re failing with that systemd until you’ve done it once. I almost had it sorted, just a permissions issue on the User/Group.

Much appreciated, might be a useful update to the documentation for others?


Subject: Re: [MapProxy] eventlet error

Pretty basic setup

cat /etc/systemd/system/mapproxy.service
Description=Gunicorn instance to serve MapProxy

ExecStart=/usr/bin/gunicorn -t 60 -k eventlet -w 5 -b localhost:8080 config:application


On 7 February 2017 at 17:13, Andrew Terry <andrew.terry at centremaps.co.uk<mailto:andrew.terry at centremaps.co.uk>> wrote:
Hi, thanks for the response. Yes, I’m using 1.9.

If I’m reading that example correctly, the issue there shows as a failing of an osm layer. This however is that the openlayers implementation isn’t getting called through. Runs ok with gevent or no -k entry for gunicorn.

Would greatly appreciate an example of a systemd service config if you have one you can share


Subject: Re: [MapProxy] eventlet error

Are you using mapproxy 1.9?  Could the issue be this - https://github.com/mapproxy/mapproxy/issues/239

BTW centos 7+ is the same requiring the use of systemd instead of upstart

On 7 February 2017 at 07:44, Andrew Terry <andrew.terry at centremaps.co.uk<mailto:andrew.terry at centremaps.co.uk>> wrote:

Just setting up on Ubuntu xenial and generally everything working fine. Oddly though, with gunicorn (18.0) and eventlet I get an error loading the openlayers in the browser demo. Shows “ReferenceError: OpenLayers is not defined”.

However, using gevent instead of eventlet or not specifying anything does work. I plan to continue with gevent in place but happy to hear if anyone knows the issue.

Also now creating a systemd startup as it seems the old init is discontinued in xenial (without installing upstart).


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