I have set-up Django project which works just fine on my local. Then I have set a droplet on digitalocean and once I ran for testing the python manage runserver 0.0.0.0:8000 it ran fine if i try to visit the browser with my IP:8000 it dosen’t work and the termenal print
Broken Pipe from (IP)…
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the issue is resolved, it was to re-deploy the server thank you all for your input
In addition to what has been mentioned, I would recommend setting your Django log level to
DEBUG. That way you should be able to see more information on what could be causing the problem rather than the broken pipe message.
Feel free to share the output of the log with
DEBUGenabled here if you wish.
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Have you check out the log server? It’s possible that you are running a development server in production environment? If that is so, now raises a socket exception telling the program that the client ‘Broke the socket pipe’.
Look forward to your feedback,