Hello, Phillip

I haven't been able to replicate this yet (https://trello.com/c/LdLlJDo9).
Do you see any errors in your log near or after "GET /history/list

Shane Sturrock worked around this problem by updating his universe_wsgi.ini
file (if I understand his procedure):
1. Make a backup of your universe_wsgi.ini file (for example, copy it to
your home directory)
2. Rename the universe_wsgi.ini file in your galaxy installation something
like 'universe_wsgi.ini.saved'
3. Rename the most recent universe_wsgi.ini.*sample* file (that came with
the latest update) to universe_wsgi.ini.
4. Copy any custom settings for your server from your older
universe_wsgi.ini.saved file to the newer universe_wsgi.ini file
5. Start Galaxy

That seemed to work for Shane. Ambrose re-installed and reconnected his
database. Neither is a  solution to the original cause, but you may want to
try them while we investigate.


On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 5:48 AM, Groot, Philip de <philip.degr...@wur.nl>wrote:

> Hi,
> First of all, I apologize for interrupting into this discussion, but I
> have exactly the same problem and did not find a solution yet. And no:
> prefix and cookies are set properly in our particular setting (as "/")!
> This is not the cause...
> I think that the problem occurred with the May Galaxy update, but it was
> unnoticed for a while. Problem is that the histories of all users are not
> listed when being asked for it within Galaxy. Only the current history is
> present for every user. In addition, when I login using another computer, a
> different history is being depicted (which suggest a cookie issue but I
> just cannot find it). Copying the current history works but the copy is not
> listed either.
> In the postgres database, the histories are properly listed. If I type in
> the proper history name in Galaxy, I even get the stored history back! So
> this all works, but users cannot see their histories. The java console does
> not reveal any problem. prefix and cookie are set properly (I think). So I
> don't know. Does anyone have any clue on how to tackle this issue? I am
> happy to provide more information if needed!
> Thanks!
> Dr. Philip de Groot Ph.D.
> Bioinformatics Researcher
> Wageningen University / TIFN
> Nutrigenomics Consortium
> Nutrition, Metabolism & Genomics Group
> Division of Human Nutrition
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