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aiowsgi-serve - minimalist WSGI server using async
aiowsgi-serve [OPTS] MODULE:OBJECT Standard options: --help Show this information. --call Call the given object to get the WSGI application. --host=ADDR Hostname or IP address on which to listen, default is '0.0.0.0', which means "all IP addresses on this host". Note: May not be used together with --listen --port=PORT TCP port on which to listen, default is '8080' Note: May not be used together with --listen --listen=ip:port Tell waitress to listen on an ip port combination. Example: --listen=127.0.0.1:8080 --listen=[::1]:8080 --listen=*:8080 This option may be used multiple times to listen on multiple sockets. A wildcard for the hostname is also supported and will bind to both IPv4/IPv6 depending on whether they are enabled or disabled. --[no-]ipv4 Toggle on/off IPv4 support. Example: --no-ipv4 This will disable IPv4 socket support. This affects wildcard matching when generating the list of sockets. --[no-]ipv6 Toggle on/off IPv6 support. Example: --no-ipv6 This will turn on IPv6 socket support. This affects wildcard matching when generating a list of sockets. --unix-socket=PATH Path of Unix socket. If a socket path is specified, a Unix domain socket is made instead of the usual inet domain socket. Not available on Windows. --unix-socket-perms=PERMS Octal permissions to use for the Unix domain socket, default is '600'. --url-scheme=STR Default wsgi.url_scheme value, default is 'http'. --url-prefix=STR The ``SCRIPT_NAME`` WSGI environment value. Setting this to anything except the empty string will cause the WSGI ``SCRIPT_NAME`` value to be the value passed minus any trailing slashes you add, and it will cause the ``PATH_INFO`` of any request which is prefixed with this value to be stripped of the prefix. Default is the empty string. --ident=STR Server identity used in the 'Server' header in responses. Default is 'waitress'. Tuning options: --threads=INT Number of threads used to process application logic, default is 4. --backlog=INT Connection backlog for the server. Default is 1024. --recv-bytes=INT Number of bytes to request when calling socket.recv(). Default is 8192. --send-bytes=INT Number of bytes to send to socket.send(). Default is 18000. Multiples of 9000 should avoid partly-filled TCP packets. --outbuf-overflow=INT A temporary file should be created if the pending output is larger than this. Default is 1048576 (1MB). --inbuf-overflow=INT A temporary file should be created if the pending input is larger than this. Default is 524288 (512KB). --connection-limit=INT Stop creating new channelse if too many are already active. Default is 100. --cleanup-interval=INT Minimum seconds between cleaning up inactive channels. Default is 30. See '--channel-timeout'. --channel-timeout=INT Maximum number of seconds to leave inactive connections open. Default is 120. 'Inactive' is defined as 'has recevied no data from the client and has sent no data to the client'. --[no-]log-socket-errors Toggle whether premature client disconnect tracepacks ought to be logged. On by default. --max-request-header-size=INT Maximum size of all request headers combined. Default is 262144 (256KB). --max-request-body-size=INT Maximum size of request body. Default is 1073741824 (1GB). --[no-]expose-tracebacks Toggle whether to expose tracebacks of unhandled exceptions to the client. Off by default. --asyncore-loop-timeout=INT The timeout value in seconds passed to asyncore.loop(). Default is 1. --asyncore-use-poll The use_poll argument passed to ``asyncore.loop()``. Helps overcome open file descriptors limit. Default is False.