SEED is intended to be installed on Linux instances in the cloud (e.g. AWS), and on local hardware. SEED Platform does not officially support Windows for production deployment. If this is desired, see the Django notes.
- AWS Setup
- General Linux Setup
- Configure PostgreSQL
- Python Dependencies
- Django Database Configuration
- Cache and Message Broker
- Creating the initial user
- Running celery the background task worker
- Running the development web server
- Running a production web server
- environmental variables
- SMTP service
Flower is used to monitor background tasks. Assuming your redis broker is running on localhost and on port 6379, DB 1. Then go to localhost:5555 to check celery. If running on AWS, the bin/start_flower.sh will start flower on port 8080 and be available for Google credentialed accounts.
flower --port=5555 --broker=redis://localhost:6379/1`
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