Month: September 2012

  • Managing Gunicorn Processes With Supervisor

    Last week, I have written a post about gunicorn applications. We started gunicorn manually, and our application worked. Yay! However, everything is not so great. When (If) the server reboots, gunicorn must be started manually, again. We should find a way to automate this. Actually, there are few ways to accomplish this, such as: init […]

  • Supervisord: Restarting and Reloading

    Supervisord is a great daemon for managing application processes. However it does not have a reload option, and restart works different than we get used to. These command makes the following effects. Restart supervisor service without making configuration changes available. It stops, and re-starts all managed applications. Restart application without making configuration changes available. It […]