You were right. It was because, I had to use the port 80 :P
Le 16/09/2014 22:45, John Chilton a écrit :
Is there some small difference between your test and production
instance? It seems like you client is trying to connect to port 8080
in production? Is this accessible? The error makes me think this is
not a Galaxy problem but a firewall or proxy issue. Is your production
instance served out on port 8080 or do you have some kind of proxy
setup to serve content on port 80?
It might be worth testing this script on the same server as Galaxy is
running on as well to verify it is an issue like this.
On Tue, Sep 16, 2014 at 3:35 AM, Gildas Le Corguille
> Just a little up ! I promise, it's the first and the last one :P
> But I really need a clue.
> This script is included in an automatic process to create account (LDAP) on
> our network, create directories (some for Galaxy, some for backup) and
> create galaxy libraries.
> The part of my script, which raise this error, just get the user id from his
> I didn't found other method to do that :
> for user_in_galaxy in users_in_galaxy:
> if ((user_in_galaxy["email"].find(user))>=0):
> userGalaxy = user_in_galaxy
> Is it a parameter that can be set when we build the GalaxyInstance ?
> or is it an apache setting ?
> Le 11/09/2014 17:46, Gildas Le Corguille a écrit :
>> I wrote a script which need to retrieve a list of all users on our
>> production instance.
>> It seems that we have too many users (325) :P
>> HTTPConnectionPool(host='galaxy.sb-roscoff.fr', port=8080): Max retries
>> exceeded with url: /api/users?key=fd420zefff9a9df586210fd8c8452d98 (Caused
>> by <class 'socket.error'>: [Errno 111] Connection refused): None
>> My script is running on an test instance which have less users.
>> Is there a way to set this threshold ?
>> PS : don't try my api_key, little hacker, it's a fake :P
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