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kkarra@stanford.edu
Hi Richard,

I am on Snow Leopard 10.6.8, using postgres 8.4.3 (I installed it using directions from here http://developer.apple.com/internet/opensource/postgres.html).

Whats the equivalent of apt-get install postgresql-contrib on mac os x?

I have /usr/local/postgres/postgresql-8.4.3/contrib/btree_gist/btree_gist.sql , which is what I am trying to install into template1 when I get those errors.

Bioseg seems to have installed fine, it is btree_gist that seems to be the problem..

template1=# \df
                                        List of functions
 Schema |          Name          | Result data type |        Argument data types        |  Type  
--------+------------------------+------------------+-----------------------------------+--------
 public | bioseg_cmp             | integer          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_contained       | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_contains        | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_contjoinsel     | double precision | internal, oid, internal, smallint | normal
 public | bioseg_contsel         | double precision | internal, oid, internal, integer  | normal
 public | bioseg_create          | bioseg           | integer, integer                  | normal
 public | bioseg_different       | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_ge              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_gist_compress   | internal         | internal                          | normal
 public | bioseg_gist_consistent | boolean          | internal, bioseg, integer         | normal
 public | bioseg_gist_decompress | internal         | internal                          | normal
 public | bioseg_gist_penalty    | internal         | internal, internal, internal      | normal
 public | bioseg_gist_picksplit  | internal         | internal, internal                | normal
 public | bioseg_gist_same       | internal         | bioseg, bioseg, internal          | normal
 public | bioseg_gist_union      | bioseg           | internal, internal                | normal
 public | bioseg_gt              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_in              | bioseg           | cstring                           | normal
 public | bioseg_joinsel         | double precision | internal, oid, internal, smallint | normal
 public | bioseg_le              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_left            | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_lower           | integer          | bioseg                            | normal
 public | bioseg_lt              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_out             | cstring          | bioseg                            | normal
 public | bioseg_over_left       | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_over_right      | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_overlap         | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_right           | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_same            | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
 public | bioseg_sel             | double precision | internal, oid, internal, integer  | normal
 public | bioseg_size            | integer          | bioseg                            | normal
 public | bioseg_upper           | integer          | bioseg                            | normal
(31 rows)

 
Thanks,
-Kalpana


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> It looks like installing gist is the problem.  When OS are you using?
>
> On debian you should do (you may need root or sudo):
>
> apt-get install postgresql-contrib
> cd /usr/share/postgresql/8.4/contrib/
> psql template1 <btree_gist.sql
>
> Not that this will only install gist in databases you create from this
> point on (template1 is copied when you create a new database).  If you
> need to add into an existing database do:
>
> psql my-database <btree_gist.sql
>
>
> What happens when you do \df in psql?
>
> This should show you the available functions, do you see gbtreekey...?
>
>
> Richard.
>
>
>
>
>
> On 05/07/2011 23:24, Kalpana Karra wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I have always had trouble running postprocess "create-bioseg-location-index" (don't have the exact error handy).
>>
>> Modifying the SQL in BiosegIndexTask.java to remove locatedonid let me get past the error and that is what I have been doing thus far. Overlap and flanking queries have been working and so, I thought that it was fine.
>>
>> String indexSql = "CREATE INDEX location_object_bioseg ON location "
>>             + "USING gist (bioseg_create(intermine_start, intermine_end))"; //locatedonid,
>>
>> But, in 0.97, spanUpload using 'Regions' Tab is not returning any results. In looking at the logs, it seems to me that not creating the right index could be the problem..?
>> I think I followed the instructions for Bioseg and gist intstallation. I may not have done it right. I am wondering if someone can help me figure out as to how I can check that.
>>
>>
>> Here is what I get now...
>>
>> psql (8.4.3)
>> Type "help" for help.
>>
>> ***unmodified SQL***
>>
>> yeastmine=#  create index location_object_bioseg_test ON location USING gist(locatedonid, bioseg_create(intermine_start, intermine_end));
>> ERROR:  data type integer has no default operator class for access method "gist"
>> HINT:  You must specify an operator class for the index or define a default operator class for the data type.
>>
>> *** SQL I have been using ***
>>
>> yeastmine=# create index location_object_bioseg_test ON location USING gist(bioseg_create(intermine_start, intermine_end));
>> CREATE INDEX
>> yeastmine=#
>>
>>
>> If I try to install btree_gist.sql now, I get a ton of errors..
>>
>> [scone:postgresql-8.4.3/contrib/btree_gist] postgresql% psql template1<  btree_gist.sql
>> SET
>> NOTICE:  type "gbtreekey4" is not yet defined
>> DETAIL:  Creating a shell type definition.
>> ERROR:  could not access file "$libdir/btree_gist": No such file or directory
>> ERROR:  type gbtreekey4 does not exist
>> ERROR:  function gbtreekey4_in(cstring) does not exist
>> NOTICE:  type "gbtreekey8" is not yet defined
>> DETAIL:  Creating a shell type definition.
>> ERROR:  could not access file "$libdir/btree_gist": No such file or directory
>> ERROR:  type gbtreekey8 does not exist
>>
>>
>> Thanks,
>> -Kalpana
>>
>>
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Re: btree_gist in postgres 8.4.3

Josh Goodman
Hi Kalpana,

The closest thing to apt-get on OS X is either Mac Ports (http://www.macports.org/) or fink
(http://www.finkproject.org/).  I personally find Mac Ports to offer the most up to date package
versions and find it fairly easy to use.  It is also what I usually use to install PostgreSQL on OS X.

I think that if you used fink or Mac Ports to install PostgreSQL, the contrib package is already
installed.  If you compiled it by source, following that site, then you have to install it manually.

See http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.4/static/contrib.html for details on how to do that.

Josh

FlyBase



On 07/15/2011 02:30 PM, Kalpana Karra wrote:

> Hi Richard,
>
> I am on Snow Leopard 10.6.8, using postgres 8.4.3 (I installed it using directions from here http://developer.apple.com/internet/opensource/postgres.html).
>
> Whats the equivalent of apt-get install postgresql-contrib on mac os x?
>
> I have /usr/local/postgres/postgresql-8.4.3/contrib/btree_gist/btree_gist.sql , which is what I am trying to install into template1 when I get those errors.
>
> Bioseg seems to have installed fine, it is btree_gist that seems to be the problem..
>
> template1=# \df
>                                         List of functions
>  Schema |          Name          | Result data type |        Argument data types        |  Type  
> --------+------------------------+------------------+-----------------------------------+--------
>  public | bioseg_cmp             | integer          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_contained       | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_contains        | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_contjoinsel     | double precision | internal, oid, internal, smallint | normal
>  public | bioseg_contsel         | double precision | internal, oid, internal, integer  | normal
>  public | bioseg_create          | bioseg           | integer, integer                  | normal
>  public | bioseg_different       | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_ge              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_gist_compress   | internal         | internal                          | normal
>  public | bioseg_gist_consistent | boolean          | internal, bioseg, integer         | normal
>  public | bioseg_gist_decompress | internal         | internal                          | normal
>  public | bioseg_gist_penalty    | internal         | internal, internal, internal      | normal
>  public | bioseg_gist_picksplit  | internal         | internal, internal                | normal
>  public | bioseg_gist_same       | internal         | bioseg, bioseg, internal          | normal
>  public | bioseg_gist_union      | bioseg           | internal, internal                | normal
>  public | bioseg_gt              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_in              | bioseg           | cstring                           | normal
>  public | bioseg_joinsel         | double precision | internal, oid, internal, smallint | normal
>  public | bioseg_le              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_left            | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_lower           | integer          | bioseg                            | normal
>  public | bioseg_lt              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_out             | cstring          | bioseg                            | normal
>  public | bioseg_over_left       | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_over_right      | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_overlap         | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_right           | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_same            | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>  public | bioseg_sel             | double precision | internal, oid, internal, integer  | normal
>  public | bioseg_size            | integer          | bioseg                            | normal
>  public | bioseg_upper           | integer          | bioseg                            | normal
> (31 rows)
>
>  
> Thanks,
> -Kalpana
>
>
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>> Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2011 10:22:13 +0100
>> From: Richard Smith <[hidden email]>
>> To: [hidden email]
>> Subject: Re: [InterMine Dev] btree_gist in postgres 8.4.3
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>> It looks like installing gist is the problem.  When OS are you using?
>>
>> On debian you should do (you may need root or sudo):
>>
>> apt-get install postgresql-contrib
>> cd /usr/share/postgresql/8.4/contrib/
>> psql template1 <btree_gist.sql
>>
>> Not that this will only install gist in databases you create from this
>> point on (template1 is copied when you create a new database).  If you
>> need to add into an existing database do:
>>
>> psql my-database <btree_gist.sql
>>
>>
>> What happens when you do \df in psql?
>>
>> This should show you the available functions, do you see gbtreekey...?
>>
>>
>> Richard.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On 05/07/2011 23:24, Kalpana Karra wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I have always had trouble running postprocess "create-bioseg-location-index" (don't have the exact error handy).
>>>
>>> Modifying the SQL in BiosegIndexTask.java to remove locatedonid let me get past the error and that is what I have been doing thus far. Overlap and flanking queries have been working and so, I thought that it was fine.
>>>
>>> String indexSql = "CREATE INDEX location_object_bioseg ON location "
>>>             + "USING gist (bioseg_create(intermine_start, intermine_end))"; //locatedonid,
>>>
>>> But, in 0.97, spanUpload using 'Regions' Tab is not returning any results. In looking at the logs, it seems to me that not creating the right index could be the problem..?
>>> I think I followed the instructions for Bioseg and gist intstallation. I may not have done it right. I am wondering if someone can help me figure out as to how I can check that.
>>>
>>>
>>> Here is what I get now...
>>>
>>> psql (8.4.3)
>>> Type "help" for help.
>>>
>>> ***unmodified SQL***
>>>
>>> yeastmine=#  create index location_object_bioseg_test ON location USING gist(locatedonid, bioseg_create(intermine_start, intermine_end));
>>> ERROR:  data type integer has no default operator class for access method "gist"
>>> HINT:  You must specify an operator class for the index or define a default operator class for the data type.
>>>
>>> *** SQL I have been using ***
>>>
>>> yeastmine=# create index location_object_bioseg_test ON location USING gist(bioseg_create(intermine_start, intermine_end));
>>> CREATE INDEX
>>> yeastmine=#
>>>
>>>
>>> If I try to install btree_gist.sql now, I get a ton of errors..
>>>
>>> [scone:postgresql-8.4.3/contrib/btree_gist] postgresql% psql template1<  btree_gist.sql
>>> SET
>>> NOTICE:  type "gbtreekey4" is not yet defined
>>> DETAIL:  Creating a shell type definition.
>>> ERROR:  could not access file "$libdir/btree_gist": No such file or directory
>>> ERROR:  type gbtreekey4 does not exist
>>> ERROR:  function gbtreekey4_in(cstring) does not exist
>>> NOTICE:  type "gbtreekey8" is not yet defined
>>> DETAIL:  Creating a shell type definition.
>>> ERROR:  could not access file "$libdir/btree_gist": No such file or directory
>>> ERROR:  type gbtreekey8 does not exist
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> -Kalpana
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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Re: btree_gist in postgres 8.4.3

kkarra@stanford.edu
Hi Josh,

It worked!! (had to drop and re-create yeastmine db to see it working..)

Followed the instructions on  http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.4/static/contrib.html.

Thanks so much!!

-Kalpana



On Jul 15, 2011, at 12:26 PM, Josh Goodman wrote:

> Hi Kalpana,
>
> The closest thing to apt-get on OS X is either Mac Ports (http://www.macports.org/) or fink
> (http://www.finkproject.org/).  I personally find Mac Ports to offer the most up to date package
> versions and find it fairly easy to use.  It is also what I usually use to install PostgreSQL on OS X.
>
> I think that if you used fink or Mac Ports to install PostgreSQL, the contrib package is already
> installed.  If you compiled it by source, following that site, then you have to install it manually.
>
> See http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.4/static/contrib.html for details on how to do that.
>
> Josh
>
> FlyBase
>
>
>
> On 07/15/2011 02:30 PM, Kalpana Karra wrote:
>> Hi Richard,
>>
>> I am on Snow Leopard 10.6.8, using postgres 8.4.3 (I installed it using directions from here http://developer.apple.com/internet/opensource/postgres.html).
>>
>> Whats the equivalent of apt-get install postgresql-contrib on mac os x?
>>
>> I have /usr/local/postgres/postgresql-8.4.3/contrib/btree_gist/btree_gist.sql , which is what I am trying to install into template1 when I get those errors.
>>
>> Bioseg seems to have installed fine, it is btree_gist that seems to be the problem..
>>
>> template1=# \df
>>                                        List of functions
>> Schema |          Name          | Result data type |        Argument data types        |  Type  
>> --------+------------------------+------------------+-----------------------------------+--------
>> public | bioseg_cmp             | integer          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_contained       | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_contains        | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_contjoinsel     | double precision | internal, oid, internal, smallint | normal
>> public | bioseg_contsel         | double precision | internal, oid, internal, integer  | normal
>> public | bioseg_create          | bioseg           | integer, integer                  | normal
>> public | bioseg_different       | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_ge              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_gist_compress   | internal         | internal                          | normal
>> public | bioseg_gist_consistent | boolean          | internal, bioseg, integer         | normal
>> public | bioseg_gist_decompress | internal         | internal                          | normal
>> public | bioseg_gist_penalty    | internal         | internal, internal, internal      | normal
>> public | bioseg_gist_picksplit  | internal         | internal, internal                | normal
>> public | bioseg_gist_same       | internal         | bioseg, bioseg, internal          | normal
>> public | bioseg_gist_union      | bioseg           | internal, internal                | normal
>> public | bioseg_gt              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_in              | bioseg           | cstring                           | normal
>> public | bioseg_joinsel         | double precision | internal, oid, internal, smallint | normal
>> public | bioseg_le              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_left            | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_lower           | integer          | bioseg                            | normal
>> public | bioseg_lt              | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_out             | cstring          | bioseg                            | normal
>> public | bioseg_over_left       | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_over_right      | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_overlap         | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_right           | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_same            | boolean          | bioseg, bioseg                    | normal
>> public | bioseg_sel             | double precision | internal, oid, internal, integer  | normal
>> public | bioseg_size            | integer          | bioseg                            | normal
>> public | bioseg_upper           | integer          | bioseg                            | normal
>> (31 rows)
>>
>>
>> Thanks,
>> -Kalpana
>>
>>
>> On Jul 7, 2011, at 4:00 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
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>>> Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2011 10:22:13 +0100
>>> From: Richard Smith <[hidden email]>
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>>> Subject: Re: [InterMine Dev] btree_gist in postgres 8.4.3
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>>> It looks like installing gist is the problem.  When OS are you using?
>>>
>>> On debian you should do (you may need root or sudo):
>>>
>>> apt-get install postgresql-contrib
>>> cd /usr/share/postgresql/8.4/contrib/
>>> psql template1 <btree_gist.sql
>>>
>>> Not that this will only install gist in databases you create from this
>>> point on (template1 is copied when you create a new database).  If you
>>> need to add into an existing database do:
>>>
>>> psql my-database <btree_gist.sql
>>>
>>>
>>> What happens when you do \df in psql?
>>>
>>> This should show you the available functions, do you see gbtreekey...?
>>>
>>>
>>> Richard.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On 05/07/2011 23:24, Kalpana Karra wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> I have always had trouble running postprocess "create-bioseg-location-index" (don't have the exact error handy).
>>>>
>>>> Modifying the SQL in BiosegIndexTask.java to remove locatedonid let me get past the error and that is what I have been doing thus far. Overlap and flanking queries have been working and so, I thought that it was fine.
>>>>
>>>> String indexSql = "CREATE INDEX location_object_bioseg ON location "
>>>>            + "USING gist (bioseg_create(intermine_start, intermine_end))"; //locatedonid,
>>>>
>>>> But, in 0.97, spanUpload using 'Regions' Tab is not returning any results. In looking at the logs, it seems to me that not creating the right index could be the problem..?
>>>> I think I followed the instructions for Bioseg and gist intstallation. I may not have done it right. I am wondering if someone can help me figure out as to how I can check that.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Here is what I get now...
>>>>
>>>> psql (8.4.3)
>>>> Type "help" for help.
>>>>
>>>> ***unmodified SQL***
>>>>
>>>> yeastmine=#  create index location_object_bioseg_test ON location USING gist(locatedonid, bioseg_create(intermine_start, intermine_end));
>>>> ERROR:  data type integer has no default operator class for access method "gist"
>>>> HINT:  You must specify an operator class for the index or define a default operator class for the data type.
>>>>
>>>> *** SQL I have been using ***
>>>>
>>>> yeastmine=# create index location_object_bioseg_test ON location USING gist(bioseg_create(intermine_start, intermine_end));
>>>> CREATE INDEX
>>>> yeastmine=#
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> If I try to install btree_gist.sql now, I get a ton of errors..
>>>>
>>>> [scone:postgresql-8.4.3/contrib/btree_gist] postgresql% psql template1<  btree_gist.sql
>>>> SET
>>>> NOTICE:  type "gbtreekey4" is not yet defined
>>>> DETAIL:  Creating a shell type definition.
>>>> ERROR:  could not access file "$libdir/btree_gist": No such file or directory
>>>> ERROR:  type gbtreekey4 does not exist
>>>> ERROR:  function gbtreekey4_in(cstring) does not exist
>>>> NOTICE:  type "gbtreekey8" is not yet defined
>>>> DETAIL:  Creating a shell type definition.
>>>> ERROR:  could not access file "$libdir/btree_gist": No such file or directory
>>>> ERROR:  type gbtreekey8 does not exist
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> -Kalpana
>>>>
>>>>
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