[openstack-dev] mod_wsgi: what services are people using with it?

John Dickinson me at not.mn
Thu Aug 18 04:39:24 UTC 2016

I don't know of people running Swift in production with mod_wsgi. The original doc you referenced and the related work done upstream was done several years ago, IIRC by IBM. Personally, I've never deployed Swift that way.

However, I too am really interested in the general answers to your question, especially from the ops mailing list. If there's something broken in docs or code that is preventing people from solving their problems with Swift, I want to hear about it and fix it.


On 17 Aug 2016, at 13:22, Nick Papadonis wrote:

> Hi Folks,
> I was hacking in this area on Mitaka and enabled Glance, Cinder, Heat,
> Swift, Ironic, Horizon and Keystone under Apache mod_wsgi instead of the
> Eventlet server.    Cinder, Keystone, Heat and Ironic provide Python source
> in Github to easily enable this.  It appears that Glance and Swift (despite
> the existence of
> https://github.com/openstack/swift/blob/2bf5eb775fe3ad6d3a2afddfc7572318e85d10be/doc/source/apache_deployment_guide.rst)
> provide no such Python source to call from the Apache conf file.
> That said, is anyone using Glance, Swift, Neutron or Nova (marked
> experimental) in production environments with mod_wsgi?  I had to put
> together code to launch a subset of these which does not appear integrated
> in Github.  Appreciate your insight.
> Thanks,
> Nick
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