[Web-SIG] Re: Preferred set of WSGI servers
mike_mp at zzzcomputing.com
Fri Apr 29 19:54:53 CEST 2005
while this is not an exciting option, if separate per-user processes are
needed, there is always apache going via mod_proxy to sub-instances of
apache that run for each user's account on different ports, each running
mod_python. im not sure how feasable that is to run many servers in
various shared environments but I would think most other approaches
involve some per-user daemon as well...and i think apache is pretty
lightweight if configured so.
>> Peter Hunt wrote:
> Seems to me that mod_python isn't really suitable for a shared-hosting
> environment because of the need to restart the server when
> indirectly-imported modules are updated, a situation that I believe
> mod_python does not detect.
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