Here you can find some advanced setup stuff.
It's strongly recommended that you setup the cache backend!
PyLucid can cache all CMS Pages for anonymous users. For this you must setup the django CACHE_BACKEND variable in your settings.py Information about this is here: http://www.djangoproject.com/documentation/cache/
The easiest way is to use Filesystem caching. In the _install section use "Available cache backend test".
You can serve more than one webpage with only one PyLucid "installation"... PyLucid uses one database per site, but you can easy switch the database based on the host:
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host = os.environ.get("HTTP_HOST", "") if "domain1.tld" in host: DATABASE_NAME = "db_1" elif "domain2.tld" in host: DATABASE_NAME = "db_2" else: DATABASE_NAME = "db_3"
If you used the filesystem cache you must use a unique cache per host. You can use this:
CACHE_BACKEND = 'file:///tmp/PyLucid_cache_%s' % os.environ.get("HTTP_HOST", "")
Note: This example code only works with CGI! Not in a fastCGI environment! For fastCGI you can set HTTP_HOST in the dispacter files.