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# This needs to be in your server’s config somewhere, probably
# the main httpd.conf
# NameVirtualHost *:80

# This line also needs to be in your server’s config.
# LoadModule wsgi_module modules/

# You need to manually edit this file to fit your needs.
# This configuration assumes the default installation prefix
# of /opt/graphite/, if you installed graphite somewhere else
# you will need to change all the occurances of /opt/graphite/
# in this file to your chosen install location.

#<IfModule !wsgi_module.c>
# LoadModule wsgi_module modules/

# XXX You need to set this up!
# Read
WSGISocketPrefix run/wsgi

<VirtualHost *:80>
ServerName dev-graphite01
DocumentRoot “/opt/graphite/webapp”
ErrorLog /opt/graphite/storage/log/webapp/error.log
CustomLog /opt/graphite/storage/log/webapp/access.log common

# I’ve found that an equal number of processes & threads tends
# to show the best performance for Graphite (ymmv).
WSGIDaemonProcess graphite processes=5 threads=5 display-name=’%{GROUP}’ inactivity-timeout=120
WSGIProcessGroup graphite
WSGIApplicationGroup %{GLOBAL}
WSGIImportScript /opt/graphite/conf/graphite.wsgi process-group=graphite application-group=%{GLOBAL}

# XXX You will need to create this file! There is a graphite.wsgi.example
# file in this directory that you can safely use, just copy it to graphite.wgsi
WSGIScriptAlias / /opt/graphite/conf/graphite.wsgi

Alias /content/ /opt/graphite/webapp/content/
<Location “/content/”>
SetHandler None

# XXX In order for the django admin site media to work you
# must change @DJANGO_ROOT@ to be the path to your django
# installation, which is probably something like:
# /usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/django
Alias /media/ “@DJANGO_ROOT@/contrib/admin/media/”
<Location “/media/”>
SetHandler None

# The graphite.wsgi file has to be accessible by apache. It won’t
# be visible to clients because of the DocumentRoot though.
<Directory /opt/graphite/conf/>
Order deny,allow
Allow from all


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