Python not working. it's return 503 error.

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cPanelLauren

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What is noted in the apache error logs when you receive this message? If you don't have access to them via SSH you can view them from cPanel by going to cPanel>>Metrics>>Errors
 

ttmotshabi

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Having the same issue, my error log ouput
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2021-04-16 09:54:55.833936 [INFO] [27938] [102.65.192.67:50675:HTTP2-3] File not found [/home/qraircoz/public_html/404.shtml]
2021-04-16 09:54:55.375362 [INFO] [27938] [102.65.192.67:50675:HTTP2-1] File not found [/home/qraircoz/public_html/404.shtml]
2021-04-16 09:54:55.375231 [INFO] [27938] [102.65.192.67:50675:HTTP2-1] File not found [/home/qraircoz/public_html/index.php]
 

ttmotshabi

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Yes I'm trying to deploy my django app but keep getting that error. I also saw that its trying to get an old wordpress site and I updated the .htaccess file accordingly but still same error
 

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Our support for Django and similar applications is extremely limited. The only thing I can recommend for that is our Node.JS guide as that includes the Passenger configuration:


Can you work through that and see if that helps get this working?
 

ttmotshabi

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Hi I managed to figure out the problem, well sort of.

I actually deleted the .htaccess file because it renders a new one when you install a new dependency and also the entire app with the virtualenv folder and started from scratch and that did the trick.
 

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Our support for Django and similar applications is extremely limited. The only thing I can recommend for that is our Node.JS guide as that includes the Passenger configuration:


Can you work through that and see if that helps get this working?
HI @cPRex, sorry to butt into this thread. I too am trying to get Django to function on my cpanel server but the instructions to install a node.js fall down a bit for Django at the stage where there is no easy apache module for Django.

I refuse to accept the evidence that I am wasting my time trying to get Django to work on Cpanel, I've been around the block trying to get help.
FYI, I don't have Cloudlinux.

Thanks, I hope you can advise,
Steve G
 

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@accafella - unfortunately I don't have any more details than what you've been able to find on the web. We already don't provide support for Node.JS as outlined here:


and Django is even one step further removed from that.

I have heard reports that people have been successful with these steps to get a specific Django app deployed:


but you'd need to test and verify that on your machine. I'm sorry I can't offer more specifics.