Hi Christian Hammond,
I am already using mod_wsgi.
On Thursday, June 5, 2014 12:04:09 PM UTC+5:30, Christian Hammond wrote:
> This looks like an issue with mod_python, rather than Review Board.
> I strongly recommend switching your setup to use mod_wsgi instead.
> mod_python is deprecated and, in your server’s case, possibly incompatible
> with your version of Python.
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> On June 4, 2014 at 10:17:35 PM, Kuldeep singh (kdmal...@gmail.com
> Hi Ali Ghorashi,
> Thanks for your reply.
> I did the same as you suggested but still facing same problem.
> Actually I am accessing a remote machine and installing review board on
> that machine and accessing it from my machine using "machine_ip/
> And when I am looking into /var/apache2/log/error.log:
> I found this message
> * "[Thu Jun 05 10:44:35 2014] [notice] caught SIGTERM, shutting down [Thu
> Jun 05 10:44:35 2014] [error] python_init: Python version mismatch,
> expected '2.7.2+', found '2.7.3'. [Thu Jun 05 10:44:35 2014] [error]
> python_init: Python executable found '/usr/bin/python'. [Thu Jun 05
> 10:44:35 2014] [error] python_init: Python path being used
> [Thu Jun 05 10:44:35 2014] [notice] mod_python: Creating 8 session mutexes
> based on 6 max processes and 25 max threads. [Thu Jun 05 10:44:35 2014]
> [notice] mod_python: using mutex_directory /tmp [Thu Jun 05 10:44:35 2014]
> [notice] Apache/2.2.22 (Ubuntu) mod_python/3.3.1 Python/2.7.3 mod_wsgi/3.3
> configured -- resuming normal operations "*
> *If you* have any other suggestion, please let me know.
> Kuldeep Singh
> On Wednesday, June 4, 2014 11:14:47 PM UTC+5:30, Ali Ghorashi wrote:
>> I had the same problem. When you configure your reviewboard, you have to
>> give it a site name . Some thing like "reviewboard.mycompany.com". It
>> doesn't have to be a registered name just make up something.
>> Then when you try to access the reviewboard main page, use the site name (
>> reviewboard.mycompany.com) as the URL. You'll of course need to add the
>> made-up hostname to to your /etc/hosts so your machine can resolve the
>> Also, if you setup an extra path to follow your server id, like
>> 'reviews', don't forget to add that to the URL too (e.g.
>> http://reviewboard.mycompany.com/reviews ).
>> I hope this helps.
>> On Wednesday, June 4, 2014 7:04:52 AM UTC-6, Kuldeep singh wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I have installed reviewboard on a remote machine(Ubuntu with root user).
>>> During installation I followed all the steps mentioned on reviewboard site.
>>> I used most of configuration default, i mean localhost. But after
>>> installation and disabling 000-default site, when I am trying to access
>>> reviewboard url, Its always displaying
>>> Bad Request (400) message. Now I am very confused why its happening. I
>>> am searching solution for last 3 days, but still could not find anything.
>>> If any body have any Idea about it, Please help.
>>> Kuldeep Singh
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