Django install script messed up server...

I'm really not sure what happened, but earlier today we tried installing django on and that (I think) adversely affected many other domains.

After attempting to install django, I got this error: Now installing Django version 1.2.3 .. Database initialization failed at : /var/lib/python-support/python2.6/MySQLdb/ DeprecationWarning: the sets module is deprecated from sets import ImmutableSet No fixtures found. More information on using this script can be found at

.. installation was only partially complete.

After we did that, mod_rewrite started failing on some domains on the same server - for example:

I tried uninstalling django from - no luck I don't get any error messages on the above domains I tried restarting apache, and the entire server - no luck

Any ideas on how to fix the issue? I'm at a loss...



Hmm... well, looking at and -- it looks like most of the links there are working correctly, only a handful aren't.

Is it possible that something else is causing the problem? That is, are you certain this occurred only after the django install?

One thing you may want to do is take a look in the Apache error logs in $HOME/logs/error_log for the domains in question. Do any errors show up in there that better explain what's going on?