Hi all - I'm uploading datasets into my local instance by importing from the filesystem w/o copying into Galaxy.

Importing of uncompressed files works properly. The files I'm importing are owned by user1 and a read-able by everyone, including the galaxy user. The galaxy user does not have write permissions in the directory where the files are stored.


I have fastq files that are compressed with gzip and owned by user1. I don't want Galaxy to uncompress them, but it appears it is trying to during import, and subsequently fails because of permissions.

Is there a way I can force galaxy to import the compressed files w/o uncompressing them? I think most of the mapping programs work on compressed fastq files so I'd rather not uncompressed them to save space.


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