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Re: [Gnumed-devel] bootstraping windows server

From: Sebastian Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] bootstraping windows server
Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2007 20:01:38 +0200
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On Sunday 15 April 2007 19:44, Ruthard Baudach wrote:
> I wanted to test the new 0.2.5 release on Windows, and downloaded the
> gnumed latest client and server. client set up worked perfect,

Glad to hear that

> server 
> seemed to work as well, but left me with a gnumed_v2 database.

That is not all bad. 
> there was a 
> batch file for upgrade to v3, no for v4 and v5. I changed the update
> v2-v3.bat to upgrade.bat and used the conf files from the
> gnumed-client-latest.tar.gz to eventually upgrade the database step by
> step. Would be nice to add this to gnumed-server-latest.exe,
Will do that asap.
> and to add a 
> note desplayed to the user to change the pg_hba.conf and pg_ident.conf
> files of postgresql. (Of course, that's in the wiki - it would just be
> nice;-)
ok I will take a look. I have not updated the server part for windows in a 
long time,
> @echo off
> if %1=="" echo "usage: update-db x x+1"
> set PREV_VER=%1
> set VER=%2
> set LOG=update_db-v%PREV_VER%_v%VER%.log
> set CONF=update_db-v%PREV_VER%_v%VER%.conf
> set GM_CORE_DB=gnumed_v%VER%
> echo ===========================================================
> echo Bootstrapping GNUmed database.
> echo ...
> echo This will non-destructively transform a GNUmed database
> echo of version v%PREV_VER% into a version v%VER% database.
> echo ...
> echo The name of the new database will be %GM_CORE_DB% .
> echo ===========================================================
> echo Dropping target database if there is any.
> del %LOG%
> echo =======================
> echo bootstrapping database
> c:\python24\python --log-file=%LOG%
> --conf-file=%CONF%
> Now I am still not able to connect to my database - user any-doc with
> password any-doc postgresql returns: FATAL: Ident athentication failed for
> user "any-doc".
Are you willing to post the content of pg_hba.conf ?

Did you (optionally) install pgadmin3 (v1.6 I think) which has features to 
quickly edit the config files.

I will take a look now given that someone actually tries GNUmed. 
> Ruthard

Sebastian Hilbert 
Leipzig / Germany
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