1 # Apache mod_wsgi config. 2 3 # This goes in a global section. 4 5 WSGIDaemonProcess mailman-web display-name=mailman-web maximum-requests=1000 umask=0002 user=mailman group=mailman python-path=/opt/mailman/mm/venv/lib/python3.6/site-packages:/opt/mailman/mm/venv/lib/python3.6 python-home=/opt/mailman/mm/venv home=/opt/mailman/mm/var 6 WSGIRestrictSignal Off 7 8 # (I'm not sure that WSGIRestrictSignal Off is required, but it was in the 9 # provided example so I kept it. I also made changes to WSGIDaemonProcess 10 # based on my own mod_wsgi experience elsewhere.) 11 12 # This goes in the VirtualHost block for the domain. 13 14 # Mailman 3 stuff 15 Alias /static "/opt/mailman/mm/static" 16 <Directory "/opt/mailman/mm/static"> 17 Require all granted 18 </Directory> 19 WSGIScriptAlias /mm3 /opt/mailman/mm/wsgi.py 20 <Directory "/opt/mailman/mm/"> 21 <Files wsgi.py> 22 Order deny,allow 23 Allow from all 24 Require all granted 25 </Files> 26 WSGIProcessGroup mailman-web 27 </Directory>
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