Today is going to be a short coding session. My only plan is to write a test for an issue that is not allowing the rotation of site logs to work correctly. The problem is just a permission issue as the user does not have permission to write to the folder. While I'm in there I'm also going to clean a few things up because seeing a log directory on a busy server would look obnoxious, imagine the output below if you had 10 sites running on a server..:
$ ls /var/log/uwsgi app.conveyor.dev.log app.conveyor.dev.log.1588156158 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570973320 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588156158 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570975544 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588158383 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570977769 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588160608 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570979994 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588162833 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570982220 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588165038 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570984445 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588167243 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570986669 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588169398 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570988904 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588171624 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570991139 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588173758 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570993374 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588175968 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570995609 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588178193 app.conveyor.dev.log.1570997844 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588180398 app.conveyor.dev.log.1571000080 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588182528 app.conveyor.dev.log.1571002314 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588184733 app.conveyor.dev.log.1571004549 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588186939 app.conveyor.dev.log.1571006779 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588188965 app.conveyor.dev.log.1571009014 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588190507 app.conveyor.dev.log.1571011249 app.conveyor.dev.log.1588271275 app.conveyor.dev.log.1571013479
First I am going to put each site in a subdirectory so the
folder looks cleaner.
There is already a test file to check the generated output against so I just
need to update that file and this test that already exists will do the rest.
def test_format_site_ini_file(self): end_file = Provisioner.format_ini_file(site) with open(os.path.join(CURRENT_DIR, 'test_site_ini_file.txt'), 'r') as f: contents = f.read() self.assertEqual(contents, end_file)
To get the test to pass I just need to update a line in the template file to use
the new subfolder structure, specifically this meant modifying the
parameter to be