no, i found that just later and that solved the problem. i wanted to cancel
my question .. but too late.
anyway i managed to put my 35Gb fastq files on galaxy and i am transforming
it whith the fastq groomer.
any idea about the other problem (upload using url)? which stopped at 155Mb
with no error?
2011/6/28 Hans-Rudolf Hotz <h...@fmi.ch>
> Hi Colin
> In your 'universe_wsgi.ini' file, have you changed the line:
> "library_import_dir = None"
> to the directory with your data?
> Regards, Hans
> On 06/28/2011 11:38 AM, colin wrote:
>> i all, my first post in the mailing list. I started one moth ago galaxy
>> (at the conference) and the tool is really impressive. thx for it.
>> I installed a local version of galaxy (http://ampere.ulb.ac.be), but i am
>> having some trouble when uploading private data on it.
>> Here is the procedure i followed:
>> 1/ I got sra samples from ncbi:
>> 2/ i transformed these sra in fastq format using the sratoolkit
>> --> this provides me fastq files of 25Gb
>> 3/ PROBLEMS:
>> a/ IF I try to upload the data set using an URL in upload file
>> (I created a controller here: http://insilico.ulb.ac.be/**
>> then only 155Mb are uploaded to galaxy (and no error)
>> b/ if i try to follow that method: https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/**
>> and i try to get data from the server, the menu "upload files from
>> filesystem paths" and "upload directory of files" are not present.
>> ==> no way to access these files locally
>> any hints for that?
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