Hi Jean-Philippe,
it's not clear to me what you are trying to do: are you trying to create a mirrored Galaxy server (same users, same data libraries, same tools, same histories for each user,...) or 2 different Galaxy servers using the same PostgreSQL database *server* as backend?


If it's the latter, then you just need to create 2 different databases (say galaxy_db1 and galaxy_db2) on the same PostgreSQL *server*. If you want to be more secure, the 2 database should be owned by different PostgreSQL users.

Cheers,
Nicola

On 09/12/15 10:32, Jean-Philippe Villemin wrote:

Hi,

Is this possible to set two instances of galaxy on server 1 and server 2, and to install only one database on server 1 for both of them.

I'm actually trying to do that and I don't know if it's a mad idea.

The two instances launch well but when i try to upload file , I get some errors about failing the erase of some metada ....

If I only run one of the instance (even instance on server 1 and database on server 2) it will works fine.

An idea about that ? thanks.


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