Installing and configuring the Moksha mod_wsgi environment

Setting up a Moksha RPM & mod_wsgi environment (Fedora, RHEL, CentOS)

Serving ToscaWidgets static resources

Deploying projects which use ToscaWidgets2

Once extracted, comment out the ToscaWidgets alias in your /etc/httpd/conf.d/moksha.conf.

Setting up an AMQP message broker

In production you can easily switch to an enterprise-grade message broker, such as Apache Qpid.

See the documentation on Message Brokers for details on how to hook up an AMQP broker.

See also

If you’re interested in using RabbitMQ with Moksha, see the Using RabbitMQ with Moksha docs. Warning: it’s not very well tested or supported, yet.

Setting up memcached

After installing memcached, you’ll want to update your production.ini configuration to utlize the memcached Beaker extension. This example uses two memcached servers.

beaker.cache.type = ext:memcached
beaker.cache.url = memcached1;memcached2

See also

Caching with TurboGears <>