In an earlier post I used Salty Vagrant to show how to deploy Django with
Salt Stack. Salty Vagrant utilizes a masterless configuration and it was
recommended that I show how to set up a master/minion.
In an earlier post I showed off a git hook post-merge script that allowed me
to ensure that if my requirement files changed, it'd run a pip install -U
prod-requirements.txt to ensure that the necessary dependancies were
I've extended that post-merge script more and I ...
Unless you've been living under a rock, or you're like me and slow. Fabric
(from their site) is a Python (2.5 or higher) library and command line tool for
streamlining the use of SSH for application deployment or systems
I admit it...I often over-engineer the crap out of things. Lack of familiarity
with Python's stdlib and/or all of Django's offerings, I will often make my own
wheel when someone else has already put forth the effort and done so.
I was fiddling with Django today, I updated an app's model.py and it had new
imports. A necessary part of ensuring those new files are being used is
restarting the uWSGI service. That's simple enough with service uwsgi
restart but what I had failed to do was ...