Updating with what I’ve tried. I tried downloading from 0.12.6 to 0.12.2 but that did not resolve the problem, instead I just got a 504 gateway timeout. So I figured might as well work on latest version, 0.12.6, since there’s issues either way, and try to fix based on latest.
Even though all I see is “Missing websocket_url”, I can confirm in the console that bokeh server has gotten the request and is running the code, I see GET requests and my internal logging.
Additional information as relevant: I’m using Firefox on a mac.
…oh, bloody hell. When trying to get more debugging information, it suddenly started working. No idea what I did. Did I clear a cache? Restart nginx or bokeh one additional time?
I bet it was clearing a cache…
Sorry for bothering you guys.
On Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 8:29:20 PM UTC-7, Max Gibiansky wrote:
I had a setup where I have bokeh server (running as “bokeh serve myapp1.py myapp2.py” --host hostname:80) reverse proxied with nginx.
I upgraded bokeh versions from 0.12.2 to 0.12.6 , and after restarting the bokeh serve, trying to access the page I see “Bokeh Error: missing websocket_url” instead of my plot.
Running python 3.4 I think.
I’m unable to find anything on google that would help me with this. Anyone here know what I could be doing wrong? (The apps had been up for quite a long time until then, so I’m not even 100% sure it’s because of the upgrade… so any suggestions are welcome, nginx configuration or bokeh options related.)
Thanks for your help,