Thank you so much!!!

It works really fine! I suspected something akin to that but I couldn't find the right attributes.

But I still have a question: It comprises the datasets stored in libraries right? Is there a way to ignore them?

Thanks again,
L-A


Greg Von Kuster wrote:
Hello Louise,

I've pasted a diff below for the file ~/lib/galaxy/web/controller/admin.py that will provide what you want, I believe. I didn't have time to fully test, but it gives you the idea. You can make things prettier by wrapping the returned value in galaxy.datatypes.data.nice_size

diff -r 56be3f4871cd lib/galaxy/web/controllers/admin.py
--- a/lib/galaxy/web/controllers/admin.py Fri May 13 21:24:03 2011 -0400
+++ b/lib/galaxy/web/controllers/admin.py Mon May 16 14:15:23 2011 -0400
@@ -41,6 +41,13 @@
             if user.galaxy_sessions:
return self.format( user.galaxy_sessions[ 0 ].update_time )
             return 'never'
+    class DiskUseageColumn( grids.GridColumn ):
+        def get_value( self, trans, grid, user ):
+            disk_used = 0
+            for history in user.active_histories:
+                for hda in history.active_datasets:
+                    disk_used += hda.get_size()
+            return disk_used
# Grid definition
     webapp = "galaxy"
@@ -65,6 +72,7 @@
         ExternalColumn( "External", attach_popup=False ),
         LastLoginColumn( "Last Login", format=time_ago ),
         StatusColumn( "Status", attach_popup=False ),
+        DiskUseageColumn( "Disk Used", attach_popup=False ),
         # Columns that are valid for filtering but are not visible.
grids.DeletedColumn( "Deleted", key="deleted", visible=False, filterable="advanced" )
     ]


On May 16, 2011, at 10:18 AM, Louise-Amelie Schmitt wrote:

Hello

I would like to add a column in the admin panel's user list with the sum of the file size of every dataset in each user's histories that don't belong to any ibrary.

Is there a way to do that?

I had a look at lib/galaxy/web/controller/admin.py and templates/grid_base.mako but I fail to see where the "query" variable (containing the items, therefore the users) come from in the mako template, so I didn't figure out what each column class in admin.py actually manipulates in the get_value() methods.

Regards,
L-A
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