Run an SSH server which provides direct access to the Django shell for superusers.
pip install django_conch
Then just add
'django_conch' to your
INSTALLED_APPS setting. Done.
django-admin.py conch -p 1234
This runs the SSH server on port 1234—it's best to execute this under your daemonization tool of choice.
ssh -p 1234 username@localhost
Run this to access the shell. All the models in your project will be imported into the top-level namespace for you.
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