Creates a gunicorn/nginx wrapper around your WGSI application.
This was written for Django but you ought to be able to use it for any WSGI
application. Of course, if you're not using Django then the
reference below won't be applicable.
manage.pymust be placed in
/app, for example:
ADD salaries/manage.py /app/
wsgi.pymust be named that and present in
ADD salaries/salaries/wsgi.py /app/
If the WSGI file can't be placed there for whatever reason use
sed or similar
in your descendent image to change the path in
DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULEshould be specified relative to the repository's root directory:
ENV DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE salaries.salaries.settings.production