Someone else pointed out the recommendation confusion just the other
day. We recommend mod_wsgi. It'll be fixed in the next release.
Subdirectory installs *should* work. Some people have hit issues, but
I believe it's more dependent on their setup. I'm going to test this
more thoroughly before the release, and see what we can do about
generating setups that better work alongside other sites in the same
On Saturday, May 28, 2011, Daryl <darylnebr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've successfully been using 1.5 (thanks!) and am now installing 1.6
> beta 2 on a new server. I was confused by this during rb-site install
> * What Python loader module will you be using?
> Based on our experiences, we recommend using modpython with Review
> You can type either the name or the number from the list below.
> (1) wsgi (recommended)
> (2) fastcgi
> (3) modpython (no longer supported)
> Which one should I use? I decided the "wsgi (recommended)" was more
> important than the "Based on our experiences..". So I installed wsgi
> and setup my site using a subdirectory. Didn't work. Then I found
> this thread -
> So it sounds like using subdirectories with wsgi isn't supported yet?
> When I switched to using wsgi and / it worked. Should I stay with
> wsgi or switch to mod_python?
> Also, my old site uses sqlite3. I'm switching over to mysql. I was
> talking to Jan Koprowski who mentioned using Django dump and load. I
> still need to search through the board for more info. I was also
> going to try sqlfairy.
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