Projects / uWSGI


uWSGI is a fast, sysadmin-friendly application server container, meant for professional deployment and development of Python, Perl, Ruby and Lua Web applications. It features multiple apps in a single process, advanced logging, sendfile(), memory reports, an integrated profiler, vector based I/O, self-healing, and a lot more.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Dec 2011 13:10

    Release Notes: This release includes support for adaptive process spawning, a statistics framework, and the implementation of mules and farms for offloading tasks. Support for CGI and PHP script has been added.

    •  01 Sep 2011 14:21

      Release Notes: This release focuses on optimizations and gevent support. A new emperor mode has been added: Tyrant.

      •  05 Jun 2011 09:18

        Release Notes: This release adds native support for the HTTP, FastCGI, and Mongrel2 protocols. Idle and cheap modes have been added to shut down inactive apps automatically. Emperor can now spawn other emperors. Systemd support has been added. PSGI support has been greatly improved. Various fixes and optimizations were done all over the place. OpenIndiana is now officially supported.

        •  17 Mar 2011 11:32

          Release Notes: This release includes support for threading, and adds a shared cache/hashtable/dictionary and a queue system. It adds a Rack/RubyOnRails plugin and improves the Erlang one. Linux namespaces can be used as a jailing technique. This is the first fully modular and truly language agnostic release.

          •  29 Aug 2010 09:33

            Release Notes: This release includes better handling of SCRIPT_NAME, a vacuum option for deleting Unix sockets and pid files after usage, advanced XML configuration, configuration via INI files and LDAP, an embedded HTTP server for development and testing, better signal handling, full PEP 333 compliant usage of wsgi.file_wrapper, and support for "grunt" processes.


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