mod_wsgi configuration with apache2

June 4, 2016 3k views
Python Frameworks Ubuntu Apache LAMP Stack Deployment Applications

hello there

im running python bottle framwork with apache2 via wsgi handling

the problem i had it is that my website (Ip address ) still display the error page 500 !!
without showing the html pages from handling from wsgi script !

this the app.wsgi file (the error is not in this file I’m sure):

import sys,os ,bottle
import hello
application = bottle.default_app()
  • hello is my bottle script (which returned & renders the html pages)

this is may 000-default.conf :

ServerName 147.178.331.204
ServerRoot "/var/www/apabtl"
DocumentRoot "/var/www/apabtl"
#ServerName 147.178.331.204
WSGIDaemonProcess apabtl  threads=5
WSGIScriptAlias / /var/www/apabtl/app.wsgi
<Directory /var/www/apabtl>
     <Files app.wsgi>
         Require all granted

  • apabtl is my application.

please can you help me (:

1 comment
  • Hi @say090u,

    Do you by any chance have any errors in your logs? From the look of your configuration I assume your application is misbehaving. Do you know if your application works in python without Apache?

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