[Web-SIG] serving (potentially large) files through wsgi?
brian at briansmith.org
Fri Dec 21 18:56:38 CET 2007
Manlio Perillo wrote:
> I can modify the code, so that:
> - sys.stderr for the main interpreter goes to the main error log
> - sys.stderr for subinterpreters goes to the error log declared in the
> HTTP location where the WSGI application is "mounted"
I think that makes sense. To effectively handle logging levels, you need
to configure the root log handler appropriately as well.
> Instead of using sys.stderr, a better solution is to add a new log
> object to the WSGI environment dictionary, so that each
> application can have its error log redirected to different files.
I agree, but (a) that would have to be standardized somewhere to be
useful, and (b) you still have to deal with code that isn't aware of
this new functionality--especially libraries that are not WSGI-specific,
and existing WSGI 1.0 applications.
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