Hosting a Django Website with Digital Ocean

Hosting on Digitalocean – Hosting a Django Website with Digital Ocean


Hosting a Django Website with Digital Ocean

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  1. Hi @codingwithmitch I've deployed succesffuly but I often getting :
    [Django] Error (External IP): Invalid HTTP_HOST header: '/run/gunicorn.sock:'. The domain name provided is not valid according to RFC 1034/1035

    I kept getting this error email at least once every 2-3 days. I don't know why this is happening. Please help me fix this issue. Thanks!

  2. Hey Mitch! I've run into an issue, I followed your build basically word for word, but I cant figure this little bit out.

    So my registration for my website worked fine when it was in the virtualenv in sublime. But now that I've brought it into mobaxterm and put is up on my droplet, im unable to register successfully(though failing still results in the proper messages) if I successfully register it says Server Error(500) instead of redirecting me to my home page. I've gone ahead and added http/https to my firewall, and connected it to my domain, and Ive set up nginx and gunicorn and certbot. Just having this 1 issue with registering, I think i had it before but I dont recall the solution. I've posted this question on this page also https://codingwithmitch.com/courses/hosting-a-django-website-with-digital-ocean/

  3. Hi, 2020here, almost 2021. as of right now mobaxterm is up to version 18 now. So when you create a virtualenv about 36minutes in. Instead of Bin/Include/Lib in your djangoprojectenv file you now get bin/lib/pyvenv.cfg

  4. if i make any change to my django app urls or other files from mobaxterm will it be automaticlly updated or i have to follow any step
    please reply

    i am trying to change some url and views pattern but i am not able to do it ..

    please guide

  5. Thank you very much for creating video, but sir, I think apache web server is better than Nginx because it has less error, does not required gunicorn (biggest advantage) and easier than nginx.

  6. I wish I found this weeks ago. I've been trying to deploy a C++ web application with a reverse proxy from apache2 and a built-in server. I've have everything running up to the localhost connection beautifully but my limited knowledge in web development has been prohibiting me from completing the deployment until I saw these videos with pretty much the exact concepts that I needed to finish! Thank you!

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