Nebulizer supports a number of general options for managing how connections are made to Galaxy servers, how to authenticate, and what information to output.
Authenticating without stored credentials¶
-k) to explicitly specify the API key to
use for authentication on the command line, e.g.
nebulizer -k API_KEY COMMAND...
-u) option to authenticate using the
normal Galaxy login credentials (i.e. email and password)
instead of the API key, e.g.
nebulizer -u USER@DOMAIN COMMAND...
You will be prompted to enter the password, but you can also use
-P) option to specify it explicitly
on the command line.
Controlling warnings and debugging output¶
-q) suppresses warning messages from
Nebulizer; conversely debugging output can be enabled using the
Handling SSL certificate verification failures¶
Nebulizer commands will fail for Galaxy instances which are served over
https protocol without a valid SSL certificate, reporting an error like:
[SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:590), 0 attempts left: None
In this case adding the
-n) option turns off the
certificate verification and should enable a connection to be made.