Nikolai Vazov wrote:
> Hi, Nate,
> Thanks a lot for the hint : I also had suspicions about the SSL and
> it seems to be working, well, I mean, failing, as you supposed
> because of my psycopg2 which was built without SSL.
> OperationalError: (OperationalError) sslmode value "require" invalid
> when SSL support is not compiled in
> At least I know what I shall do :)

We provide the psycopg2 egg, so rebuilding it may not be so simple.  I
would suggest the following, if you want to do it by hand and link it
against your system libpq:

1. Download psycopg2 2.0.13.  The version is going to matter since
   Galaxy expects it.

2. In, find:

    from distutils.core import setup, Extension

   Prior to that import, add the following:

    from scramble_lib import *

3. Find the pg_config executable and make sure the version you want to
   link against is the version found first on your $PATH.

4. Execute:

    % PYTHONPATH=/path/to/galaxy-dist/scripts/scramble/lib python 
egg_info --tag-build=_8.4.2_static bdist_egg

Let me know if you have any troubles with this process.


> Best regards
> Nikolay
> >
> >Hi Nikolay,
> >
> >You may be able to connect with:
> >
> >postgres://<USERNAME>:<PASSWORD>@<HOST>:5432/<DB_NAME>?sslmode=<SSLMODE>
> >
> >Where SSLMODE is one of the valid values from libpq:
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >If psycopg2 was built without SSL this will probably fail, in
> >which case
> >I can rebuild the psycopg2 eggs to link against SSL, but this may
> >take a
> >while.
> >
> >--nate
> -- 
> Nikolay Vazov, PhD
> Research Computing Centre -
> USIT, University of Oslo
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