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Your own OSQA on OpenShift

This git repository helps you get up and running quickly w/ a Django installation on OpenShift. The Django project name used in this repo is 'osqa' but feel free to change it.

Create the app on OpenShift

Create an account at , don't forget to create a namespace and install client tools as well. And ensure you have 'django', 'mysql', 'mysql-devel', 'mysql-python' installed on your local machine.

Create a python application

rhc app create -a osqa -t python-2.6

Add this upstream seambooking repo

cd osqa
git remote add upstream -m master git://
git pull -s recursive -X theirs upstream master

Add mysql database support for you app

rhc app cartridge add -a osqa -c mysql-5.1

You will get some useful information from the output.

Make a little update and RUN!

Update the "wsgi/osqa/" config file with the information you just got

cd wsgi/osqa

Then update following parameters:
    DATABASE_NAME = 'osqa'        # usually the same name as your app
    DATABASE_PASSWORD = 'xxxxxxxxxx'    # replace it with your password
    DATABASE_HOST = '127.xx.xx.xx'       # replace it with IP of your
    APP_URL = 'http://osqa-$'      # replace it with your app URL

git commit -a -m ' update'

Forwarding remote mysql service port to your local machine, we will need this for step 7 (better use another terminal window)

rhc-port-forward -a osqa

Prepare your mysql database for app

./ syncdb --all

Choose 'no' when being asked whether create an account now.

./ migrate forum --fake

You can push the repo now

git push

That's it, you can now checkout your application at:


Here goes mine:
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