Django syncdb not updating
Writing Python is fun, and keeping everything in Python limits the number of times your brain has to do a "context switch." It helps productivity if you keep yourself in a single programming environment/mentality for as long as possible.
Here’s a list of settings available in Django core and their default values.
Since web servers don’t typically perform deep request inspection, it’s not possible to perform a similar check at that level. Applications that are expected to receive an unusually large number of form fields should tune this setting.
The number of request parameters is correlated to the amount of time needed to process the request and populate the GET and POST dictionaries.
It is a nested dictionary whose contents map a database alias to a dictionary containing the options for an individual database. This allows interacting with third-party databases that store datetimes in local time rather than UTC.
This might be the directory for a file system cache, a host and port for a memcache server, or simply an identifying name for a local memory cache.
e.g.: (approximately 1 year, in seconds) The age of CSRF cookies, in seconds.
The amount of request data is correlated to the amount of memory needed to process the request and populate the GET and POST dictionaries.
Large requests could be used as a denial-of-service attack vector if left unchecked.
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Some browsers (specifically Internet Explorer) can disallow the use of persistent cookies or can have the indexes to the cookie jar corrupted on disk, thereby causing CSRF protection checks to (sometimes intermittently) fail.