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uWSGI as a Django management command

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django-pyuwsgi

Run pyuwsgi (aka uWSGI) as a Django management command.


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Usage

  1. Install:

    pip install django-pyuwsgi
    
  2. Add to INSTALLED_APPS:

    INSTALLED_APPS = [
       # ...
       "django_pyuwsgi",
       # ...
    ]
    
  3. Run:

    manage.py pyuwsgi --socket=:8000 ...
    

Configuration

Pyuwsgi already knows the Python interpreter and virtualenv (if applicable) to use from the Django management command environment. By default, it will run with the following flags (using settings.WSGI_APPLICATION to determine the module):

--strict --need-app --module={derived}

If you have STATIC_URL defined with a local URL, it will also add --static-map, derived from STATIC_URL and STATIC_ROOT.

You can pass any additional arguments uWSGI accepts in from the command line.

But uWSGI has a lot of flags, and many of them, you want every time you run the project. For that scenario, you can configure your own defaults using the optional setting, PYUWSGI_ARGS. Here's an example you might find helpful:

PYUWSGI_ARGS = [
    "--master",
    "--strict",
    "--need-app",
    "--module".
    ":".join(WSGI_APPLICATION.rsplit(".", 1)),
    "--no-orphans",
    "--vacuum",
    "--auto-procname",
    "--enable-threads",
    "--offload-threads=4",
    "--thunder-lock",
    "--static-map",
    "=".join([STATIC_URL.rstrip("/"), STATIC_ROOT]),
    "--static-expires",
    "/* 7776000",
]

Don't forget to also set something like --socket=:8000 or --http=:8000 so your app listens on a port. Depending on your setup, it may make more sense to pass this in via the command line than hard-coding it in your settings.

Motivation

In some scenarios, it is beneficial to distribute a Django project with a single entrypoint for command-line interaction. This can come in handy when building Docker containers or self-contained Python apps with something like shiv.

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