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I was working with the mezzanine cms (built on django) and saw it was moving towards python3 support. Since the django and mezzanine projects prefer postgresql I decided it was time to check out the python database adapter for postgresql - psycopg - in python3.
In order to put up a python3 application on apache with mod_fastcgi I turned to the flup fastcgi-to-wsgi adapter which is also used by the django project for fastcgi deployment.
I needed to put up a python3 application on apache but had a python2/mod_python application that I couldn't touch, and since python2/mod_python and python3/mod_wsgi didn't play together (even with mod_wsgi in daemon mode), I used python3 with mod_fastcgi.
I find that most desktop users (and even some admins) don't have a firm grasp of linux time issues. It's true that in general time just works on linux, but there are times (no pun intended) when a knowledge of the key ideas comes in handy.
We're going to explain a few things about Bash redirection here. It's a perennial oldie-but-goodie topic that in my opinion is usually explained poorly.