The Moksha Demo Dashboard

Oct 25, 2012 | categories: python, moksha, fedora View Comments

Just writing to show off how easy it is to stand up the moksha demo dashboard these days (it used to be kind of tricky).


First, install some system dependencies if you don't already have them:

sudo yum install zeromq zeromq-devel python-virtualenvwrapper

Open two terminals. In the first one run:

mkvirtualenv demo-dashboard
pip install mdemos.server mdemos.menus mdemos.metrics
wget https://raw.github.com/mokshaproject/mdemos.server/master/development.ini
paster serve --reload development.ini

And in the second one run:

workon demo-dashboard

"Easy." Point your browser at http://localhost:8080/ for action.

p.s. -- In other news, I got fedmsg working with zeromq-3.2 in our staging infrastructure yesterday. It required this patch to python-txzmq That one aside, python-zmq and php-zmq "just worked" in epel-test. If you're writing zeromq code, you probably want to read this porting guide.

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