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You can configure operating settings for the Python Agent using a configuration file or by setting environment variables in the application environment. This topic lists the Python Agent settings.
See 'Configure the Agent' in Install the Python Agent for information about the configuration file.
|Base directory for files related to the AppDynamics agent|
|Path to WSGI script file||n/a|
|Name of WSGI callable in script/module|
|Fully-qualified name of app module||n/a|
If both the
module directives are specified, the
module directive takes precedence.
module value may be the fully-qualified name of a module, or it may be the fully-qualified name of a module followed by a colon and the name of the WSGI callable in that module. In the latter form, the
module directive overrides the
Both the long-form of the
module directive and the
callable directive may take either the name of a symbol, or the name of a symbol followed by an empty pair of parentheses. In the latter form, the callable is taken to be the result of calling the callable specified by the directive. This latter form can be used with Django; for example:
|The directory to write proxy and agent logs to|
|The level to log at one of: warning, info, or debug|
|On to write DEBUG level logs to stderr and log files|
This section specifies configuration for the AppDynamics controller.
8080 for http
443 for https, in which case ssl must also be set
|ssl||Is SSL set be used to talk to the controller? |
|AppDynamics controller account||For a single-tenant controller defaults to |
|AppDynamics controller account access key|
Required. To find your account name and access key, click the gear (
If you need to use an HTTP proxy to talk to your controller, use this section to configure the HTTP proxy.
|HTTP proxy host||n/a|
|HTTP proxy port|
|HTTP proxy user||n/a|
|HTTP proxy password file||n/a|
|If set, the agent does not add EUM correlation data to WSGI response headers.|
|If specified overwrites the default whitelist for user agent added as EUM correlation data headers |
Use this setting to specify alternate user agents as a comma separated list. Use '*' to allow all user agents.
Specifies the number of characters in the details string describing exit calls in transaction snapshots.
|Maximum duration of a business transaction in milliseconds|