I'm not planning on using the dev server for a production deployment.
I'm just looking for a short-term solution to investigate review
board's functionality while I hack away at some apache/django
tutorials. I also want to verify that my apache setup is indeed the
On Dec 16, 4:46 pm, "Christian Hammond" <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> First off, the dev server should never be used for anything but development.
> It is single-threaded and can only handle one request at a time. That means
> simultaneously, and if one client is rendering a diff, everything else is
> fully blocked.
> That said, manage.py runserver should still work. If the pages aren't
> rendering, it's likely due to not finding the media files. The first thing
> to check is that you're running a modern SVN. For a short time (about a
> week, maybe?), runserver was using the wrong directory for media files.
> The second thing to check is that you have DEBUG=True in settings_local.py,
> so that runserver will serve the media files.
> If this is indeed for production use, I must stress again, don't use
> runserver. It's not the correct solution and will cause you nothing but
> headaches. We should instead find out what's not working with your Apache
> install/configuration and get that working.
> Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
> VMware, Inc.
> On Tue, Dec 16, 2008 at 3:36 PM, SamClark <pimp.roc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Is it still possible to host review board using the django dev server?
> > I've tried > manage.py runserver localhost:8000 but the user interface
> > doesn't render properly. This is performed in the directory of a fresh
> > svn checkout.
> > I want to avoid using rb-site because I'm not having any luck serving
> > review board through apache due to my own inexperience.- Hide quoted text -
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