How to find the existing virtual environment on the website?


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Good day, you need to make changes on the django website, the website was not written by me.
The changes I made, now you need to restart the server for the changes to take effect. For this you need to activate the virtual environment in which the project was created to know his name?
And then I found the command, it correct?
sudo killall gunicorn
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in the history of cat ~/.bash_history look - surely there's a cloud of these teams
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You can still second way: find . -name the python interpreter find our further activate the virtual environment. In the beginning you need to go to the root directory.
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