I am trying to stream messages from kafka consumer to with 30 seconds windows using apache beam. Used beam_nuggets.io for reading from a kafka topic. You can see my code below: with beam.Pipeline(options=PipelineOptions()) as p: consumer_message = (p | "Reading messages from Kafka" >> kafkaio.KafkaConsume(consumer_config=consumer_config) | ‘window’ >> beam.WindowInto(window.FixedWindows(30)) | ‘groupBy’ >> beam.GroupByKey() | beam.Map(print)) ..
I am learning the Django framework and can run my first app on the development server using: python3 manage.py runserver However, what I really want to do is serve my app with Apache so it can be accessed from the web. My Apache Virtual Host is: <VirtualHost *:443> ServerName django.example.com DocumentRoot /var/www/django/hello_world/mysite WSGIScriptAlias / /var/www/django/hello_world/mysite/mysite/wsgi.py ..
I’ve created a web scrapper which runs from Django view and it works as expected when I run it locally but it gives an error when I run it from my (Apache)server. [scrapy.core.scraper] ERROR: Error downloading <GET https://example.com> FYI. I use valid URL addresses for sure and it works locally without any issues. Also, I’ve ..
I have a multipage app with dash I routed pathnames with @app.callback function At the end of my app. Py i have if name equals to main app.start_server(debug=false,port=8051, host=’0.0.0.0′) In my app.wsgi i have import sys sys.path.insert(0, ‘/var/www/Site_Pub’) activate_this = ‘/home/username/.local/share/virtualenvs/Site_Pub-uAwqGz45/bin/activate_this.py’ with open(activate_this) as file: exec(file.read(), dict(__file__=activate_this)) from server import server as application And in ..
I have a python pyspark block of code that collects data from a dataframe column(Body) and I am able to use beautifulsoup to parse the <p> tags paragraph for each row and turn it to a long string. text_list =  for row in df_java.select("Body").collect(): soup = BeautifulSoup(row, "html.parser") for p in soup.find_all("p"): text = ..
I have a number of api’s made with flask hosted in apache(RHEL 8) with mod_wsgi3.9, each api as it’s own log file inside each project under /var/www/apiXXXX/logs and virtual environment but oddly the log entries are being written to the corresponding log file and randomly written in the log files of the different api’s. The ..
I’m using a paramiko to ssh to an external server from django. In debug mode there’s no problem, all connections are ok. Once in production in the apache24 with mod_wsgi the paramiko authentication times out is there anything there missing or something that needs to be changed? I can’t figure it out and can’t find ..
I have been hosting my Django REST project on a Windows server using Apache such that it works from https. Today it stopped working and I’ve been trying to find out the issue but I can’t seem to get any useful info out of Apache. If anyone knows how to properly debug the error, or ..
I have been trying to get up and running for a college project for about two weeks now following any tutorial i could find online and i am getting the error below. My project is now due in 3 days.. any help is greatly appreciated. Error: `@Mac-mini ~ % pyspark Python 3.9.7 (default, Sep 3 ..
I just want to ask questions since I am still new with Python. To parse Apache access log, does it required for Python to run on Linux or is there any other alternatives. Btw, I am using Windows 10. Source: Python..