[Systems] SL infrastructure help
martin.abente.lahaye at gmail.com
Mon Feb 17 12:04:20 EST 2014
On Sat, Feb 15, 2014 at 3:47 PM, Bernie Innocenti <bernie at codewiz.org>wrote:
> Sorry for the long delay, tincho! Next time please ping me or post to
> the systems@ list where someone else can respond (unlikely, but possible).
> Do you still need this? I'll be online all day... and glad to show you
> how to do step 1 yourself and discuss step 2 and 3.
Yes, we still need it.
> I think sunjammer might work for this kind of things. You or manuq can
> deploy the app in /srv/www-sugarlabs/contest and create a ProxyPass
> virtualhost for it (we already have a few of those, grep the apache
The only problem I have with sunjammer is that there is no access to mysql.
Think you could fix that?
> For manageability, it would be easier if the Python code could run
> directly in Apache, like with mod_python. So we wouldn't have a separate
> process pool to start and manage. If this can't be done, the proxy is
> still an option. Make sure the Python web server binds to localhost and
> not to a public IP! Apache offers a layer of protection and logging that
> helps stop some attacks, so we don't want random web apps to be directly
> accessible from the outside.
Yeah, as Manuel mentioned, there shouldn't be problems with deploying using
> That's pretty much it! As I said, chat me on #sugar for the details.
> On 02/11/2014 12:03 PM, Martin Abente wrote:
> > Hello Bernie-sama,
> > We are going to host a worldwide "background design" contest for Sugar
> > :) Now that we finally support it, since Sugar 0.100.
> > Manuel Quiñones has developed a website  for the contest and I need
> > to deploy it in Sugar Labs infrastructure, therefore I need your
> > assistance once again.
> > If is possible, could you:
> > 1. create a "contest.sugarlabs.org <http://contest.sugarlabs.org>"
> > sub-domain?
> > 2. tell me which server I could use to deploy the website? Since images
> > will be uploaded, I think you are the best to judge which server has the
> > proper storage capacity.
> > 3. do the proper port forwarding stuff? This website will simply run a
> > python web server, port 8000.
> > Domo Arigato,
> > tch.
> > Refs:
> > 1. https://github.com/manuq/bg-contest
> _ // Bernie Innocenti
> \X/ http://codewiz.org
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