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devpi-postgresql: a PostgreSQL storage backend for devpi-server

Warning

This plugin is considered experimental!

This plugin adds a PostgreSQL storage backend for devpi-server.

Installation

devpi-postgresql needs to be installed alongside devpi-server.

You can install it with:

pip install devpi-postgresql

Usage

When using the PostgreSQL storage, devpi-server expects an empty database. You have to create one like this: createdb devpi

Upon first initialization of devpi-server use --storage pg8000 to select the PostgreSQL backend.

By default it’ll use the devpi database on localhost port 5432. To change that, use storage pg8000:host=example.com,port=5433,database=devpi_prod.

All user/index files and metadata of devpi-server are stored in the database. A few things and settings are still stored as files in the directory specified by --serverdir.

Plugins like devpi-web don’t or can’t use the storage backend. They still handle their own storage.

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