Setting up Flask with uWSGI and Nginx can be difficult. I tried following this DigitalOcean tutorial and still had trouble. Even with buildout scripts it takes time, and I need to write instructions to follow next time.
I’m running my Flask application with uWSGI and nginx. There’s a 500 error, but the traceback doesn’t appear in the browser or the logs. How do I log the traceback from Flask?
I am trying to start my uwsgi server in my virtual environment, but after I added
plugin python3 option I get this error every time:
I have precisely the same problem described in this SO question and answer. The answer to that question is a nice work around but I don’t understand the fundamental problem. Terminating SSL at the load balancer and using HTTP between the load balancer and web/app servers is very common. What piece of the stack is not respecting the X-Forwarded-Proto? Is it werkzeug? Flask? uwsgi?
I get the below error when I try and start Flask using uWSGI.
Here is how I start:
Trying to set the timeout for requests in uWSGI, I’m not sure of the correct setting. There seem to be multiple timeout options (socket, interface, etc.) and it’s not readily evident which setting to configure or where to set it.
I want to run a process in background without killing it on shell exit, according to Nohup concept the following command should work until I kill it manually: