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Either Iím a liar or youíre a moron. Nah, Iím just kidding. Youíre okay!

A recapitulation of part of my setup, simplified and tested. The link I gave already has all this information and more. You have to have uWSGI with the PSGI extension built, as already mentionedĖ

> emacs /opt/app.psgi #!/usr/bin/env perl sub { [ 200, ["Content-type" => "text/plain"], ["OHAI"] ] } -- # Start the apps. > /opt/uwsgi_latest_from_installer/uwsgi --uid moo \ --pidfile /tmp/one.pid --socket 127.0.0.1:8100 \ --psgi /opt/app.psgi --processes 1 --master \ --daemonize /tmp/one.log > /opt/uwsgi_latest_from_installer/uwsgi --uid moo \ --pidfile /tmp/two.pid --socket 127.0.0.1:8200 \ --psgi /opt/app.psgi --processes 1 --master \ --daemonize /tmp/two.log -- # Edit the nginx config by adding the endpoints. > emacs /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/your-site-config.conf -- location /one { include uwsgi_params; uwsgi_pass 127.0.0.1:8100; uwsgi_modifier1 5; } location /two { include uwsgi_params; uwsgi_pass 127.0.0.1:8200; uwsgi_modifier1 5; } # Restart nginx and visit # http://yourdomain/one # http://yourdomain/two

In reply to Re^3: Most efficient way to run Perl scripts on nginx server? by Your Mother
in thread Most efficient way to run Perl scripts on nginx server? by ultranerds

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