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  • Jun 12 2015 14:01
    sup homies
Luke Campbell
@lukecampbell
they're easier in every way
but, feedback that has reached derrick has suggested that there are too many domains to manage and that no one knows where to go
Kyle Wilcox
@kwilcox
are you doing proxy_set_header Host $host;
Luke Campbell
@lukecampbell
yeah
    location /gliders/status/ {
        proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
        proxy_set_header X-Script-Name /gliders/status;
        proxy_set_header Host $http_host;
        proxy_redirect off;
        proxy_pass http://localhost:4000/;
    }
err hold on
half baked
everything is fine... right up until you click a link :)
Kyle Wilcox
@kwilcox
because flask links to /
Luke Campbell
@lukecampbell
yup
Kyle Wilcox
@kwilcox
yeah, its gotta be changed at application level through some URL router
Luke Campbell
@lukecampbell
I've looked for ways to configure flask apps to use a configure variable as the application prefix
but none have panned out
I might just have to hack the url_for method
Kyle Wilcox
@kwilcox
yeah
uWSGI supports this if you want to run through that
Luke Campbell
@lukecampbell
how do you like it?
We're using gunicorn for now
Kyle Wilcox
@kwilcox
i remember some configuration possible which almost made me swtich from gunicorn
Ive never used it
Luke Campbell
@lukecampbell
hmm...
might be worth a shot
oh well, I may just fork werkzeug to fix it
Kyle Wilcox
@kwilcox
yeah that seems like the easy route
Luke Campbell
@lukecampbell
and derrick wants it by the end of the day
Kyle Wilcox
@kwilcox
:bomb:
Luke Campbell
@lukecampbell
... so there's that
Well let me rephrase, derrick wants it soon, Kelly wants it done cob
anyway so if I fix flask and find a way to fix thredds
the subdomain reverse proxy should work through nginx
just replace localhost with the subdomain
right?
Kyle Wilcox
@kwilcox
yeah
Luke Campbell
@lukecampbell
"theoretically"
ok, god I hope this works
Luke Campbell
@lukecampbell
by the way, docker is awesome
ansible+docker = win
Dave Foster
@daf
how are you using the two together
Luke Campbell
@lukecampbell
ansible sets up docker
pretty much
OOI uses it the most actually
spin up a host on aws, use ansible to install dependencies and docker
deploy docker images on host
then use ansible to set up nginx
and iptables
Dave Foster
@daf
nice
i had tried using ansible inside of a docker image to set up the image itself, but it was so opaque and didn't take advantage of docker's caching at all
can save you a lot of time if you use aws
Dave Foster
@daf
we don't, but thanks