How to safely update/transfer the deb uwsgi with pip for?

On the server currently installed uwsgi from Ubuntu standard repository, making it version 1.1, a stable version of 1.9 already long ago, but put it from pip.

It's a combat server. I want to safely remove old and all its dependencies and to supply new (or update) without a serious loss of uptime. Looked at stackoverflow, but there is not removed the old version, just put a new near. And I think it is too tion of debris and not running init.d.

One thread is done?
October 3rd 19 at 01:34
1 answer
October 3rd 19 at 01:36
Solution
I think the easiest thing to put next to uwsgi via pip, it will be delivered in /usr/local/.
To configure it, and then make a symlink to its binary in /usr/bin (there seems uwsgi from deb). Thus everything will work as if nothing touched...
Well, then, old stew, ignite a new.
The old can be removed, but if you pre-make your init.d. (Or upstart script).
and I can't say anything about the repository https://launchpad.net/~chris-lea/+archive/uwsgi ? Seems he is from one developer uwsgi and updated ... - Malinda.Hacke commented on October 3rd 19 at 01:39
sorry, do not know. To look decent :) Take a test server (or dev), but there try to reproduce the whole process. - Magdalen_Jerde commented on October 3rd 19 at 01:42

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