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Woven has a number of configuration options that can be set in your project’s Django They are all optional.

#List of hoststrings to setup on as per Fabric.
HOSTS = [] #eg ['','','']
#You can group collections of servers instead of HOSTS as per fabric
ROLEDEFS = {} #This would be used instead of HOSTS  eg {'staging':['']}
#The ssh port to be setup. We change the port for security
HOST_SSH_PORT = 10022 #default
#User can be defined here instead of in the hosts/roledefs
#Since password login will normally be disabled you can define it here
#for just ssh key security per host

#As per fabric KEY_FILENAME option to specify a path to an ssh key to use

#The first setup task is usually disabling the default root account and changing the ssh port.
ROOT_USER = 'root', #optional - mostly the default administrative account is root
DISABLE_ROOT = False, #optional - disable the default administrative account
ROOT_PASSWORD = '', #optional - blank by default
#The default ssh port, prior to woven changing it. Defaults to 22
DEFAULT_SSH_PORT = 22 #default
DISABLE_SSH_PASSWORD = #optional - setting this to true will disable password login and use ssh keys only.
#Firewall rules (note HOST_SSH_PORT/tcp is always allowed)
ENABLE_UFW = True #default - setting this to false will disable UFW
#Any rule(s) defined will overwrite the default
UFW_RULES = ['allow 80,443/tcp'] #default - see Ubuntu UFW for more details about rules
ROLE_UFW_RULES = {} # eg {'postgresql':['allow 5432/tcp']}

#The default ubuntu packages that are setup. It is NOT recommended you overwrite these
#use ROLE_PACKAGES if you want to define all your packages
    'subversion','git-core','mercurial','bzr', #version control
    'gcc','build-essential', 'python-dev', 'python-setuptools', #build
    'apache2','libapache2-mod-wsgi', #wsgi server
    'nginx', #webserver
    'python-imaging', #pil
    'python-psycopg2','python-mysqldb','python-pysqlite2'] #default database drivers

#Package notes:
#If you define gunicorn in your extra packages then apache and mod-wsgi will not be
#installed, or will be removed. psycopg2 or mysqldb will only be installed
#if they are required by your DATABASES engine settings.

#Put any additional packages here to save overwriting the base_packages

#define a list of repositories/sources to search for packages
#Current just handles Personal Package Archives (PPAs)
LINUX_PACKAGE_REPOSITORIES = [] # eg ['ppa:bchesneau/gunicorn']

#Role packages give you complete flexibility in defining packages with ROLEDEFS.
#By default any role that does not have role packages defined installs the HOST_BASE_PACKAGES + EXTRA_PACKAGES instead
ROLE_PACKAGES = {} #eg ROLE_PACKAGES = {'postgresql':['postgresql']}

#Apache list of modules to disable for performance and memory efficiency
#defaults to the following:
DEPLOYMENT_ROOT = ''# defaults to /home/$USER.

PIP_REQUIREMENTS = [] # list of text pip requirements files (not pybundles). Defaults to any file in the directory with `req` prefix
# Note: Woven will also look for zip files matching the requirements in the dist directory.
#you can use the bundle management command to create these.

PROJECT_APPS_PATH = '' #a relative path from the project package directory for any local apps. See also the wsgi template.

#Application media - as per build_static app
STATIC_URL = '' #by default this is set to the ADMIN_MEDIA_PREFIX
STATIC_ROOT = '' #by default this gets set to the admin media directory if admin is used

#Database migrations
MANUAL_MIGRATION = False #Manage database migrations manually