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Re: [GMG-Devel] MediaGoblin on Heroku! (almost)

From: Christopher Allan Webber
Subject: Re: [GMG-Devel] MediaGoblin on Heroku! (almost)
Date: Mon, 02 Sep 2013 10:35:38 -0500
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Heya Corey,

We spoke on IRC so :)

I wonder if you couldn't at least simplify it to run with celery in
"always eager" mode?  This is what does, though via an
environment variable.  You can additionally set this in your config like
so, I think:


That at least would get MediaGoblin working on Heroku... even if not in
the optimal setup :)

Thanks, and yeah, I'm excited about 0.5.0 obviously :)

Corey Farwell writes:

> Hey all, thought I'd try on the mailing list since I've been bother
> IRC every hour this weekend. I wanted to see if I could get
> MediaGoblin running on the Heroku platform so I could free up some
> resources on VPS and help others get MG on their own without having a
> server. The project is here:
> As it stands, the project sets up the webserver fine on Heroku, but
> I'm having trouble getting Celery and the queue working correctly.
> I've tried both the built in sqlalchemy queue and a RabbitMQ Heroku
> addon and I couldn't get either working correctly. It's not the worst
> if I never get this working. What's nice about this is that with
> Heroku, you can one "dyno" (basically a web worker) free, so
> MediaGoblin would be free to run, other than hosting on Rackspace
> Cloud Files.
> If anyone is interested on specific information about my Celery/queue
> issues, let me know I can write out what I've tried. If you try on
> your own, let me know how it goes (it shouldn't take longer than 10
> minutes to get completely up and running).
> Anyways, thought I'd share and congrats on the upcoming 0.5 release :)
> Thanks
> Corey Farwell
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