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Django/Python Support

Hi, I have been trying to install a django site onto my server which has plesk and it has taken me weeks and i have paid countless dollars to fix this. I believe you should offer this support or a type of application when it is installed automatically the same as if you click install wordpress you should have the option to click install "DJANGO".

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      • lev commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        need manage.py integration, for making migrations and managing the site
        easier way to view logs in production, I mean make something like the usual apache error log that we have on the domain but for django.
        faster way to update the code if changes are needed in prod; right now have to restart apache every time for whole server after an update in view.py
        not a must for my opinion - easier way to configure static/media urls
        thanks in advace!

      • Ricardo Cataldi commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The most critical things that would come in hand are the installation of virtual environments and some debug interface where the error logs would be stored other place than apache error log. It's a pain ********** to refresh the error log file, and only admin users have access to it, making debug in production impossible for large teams.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It would be nice if it would be a little more convenient to install.
        Less consol, more gui.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The article is outdated:

        # yum install mod_passenger
        ...
        Resolving Dependencies
        --> Running transaction check
        ---> Package mod_passenger.x86_64 0:5.1.11-centos7.17102310 will be installed
        --> Processing Dependency: passenger = 5.1.11-centos7.17102310 for package: mod_passenger-5.1.11-centos7.17102310.x86_64
        --> Running transaction check
        ---> Package passenger.x86_64 0:5.1.11-centos7.17102310 will be installed
        --> Processing Dependency: passenger-native-libs = 5.1.11-centos7.17102310 for package: passenger-5.1.11-centos7.17102310.x86_64
        --> Processing Dependency: rubygem-rake for package: passenger-5.1.11-centos7.17102310.x86_64
        --> Running transaction check
        ---> Package passenger.x86_64 0:5.1.11-centos7.17102310 will be installed
        --> Processing Dependency: rubygem-rake for package: passenger-5.1.11-centos7.17102310.x86_64
        ---> Package passenger-native-libs.x86_64 0:5.1.11-centos7.17102310 will be installed
        --> Finished Dependency Resolution
        Error: Package: passenger-5.1.11-centos7.17102310.x86_64 (PLESK_17_5_3-extras)
        Requires: rubygem-rake
        You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem
        You could try running: rpm -Va --nofiles --nodigest

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Yes it will be a very nice feature and appreciated feature. Django and Python are really well engineered approach to software engineering with Postgress. Google do also a great job to have this language interfaced with on of the more powerfull deep learning framework, tensor flow. I would really appreciate to have this implemented in Plesk.

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