Hi Ravi,
Just a quick check - did you restart Galaxy after saving the changes? What
you did should direct any new files to the specified location.

Enis

On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 10:43 AM, Sanka, Ravi <rsa...@jcvi.org> wrote:

> Greetings,****
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> My name is Ravi Sanka. I have a question regarding Galaxy.****
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> Recently, I had a local installation set up and am now trying to change the
> location where the install stores imported and created files.****
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> I opened the config file universe_wsgi.ini and did the following:****
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> **-          **Removed the ‘#’ mark from ‘#file_path = database/files’****
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> **-          **Changed value of file_path to the absolute path of an
> accessible, readable/writable location****
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> **-          **Saved changes****
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> Despite this, the install still stores files in database/files. Is there a
> step I’m missing? Does the setup procedure (setup.sh & run.sh) need to be
> run again?****
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> I also intend to change the database from the SQLite default to an existing
> database, so I assume the steps to change the file_path also apply to
> database_connection.****
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> Thank you for your time.****
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> Ravi Sanka****
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> ICS - Bioinformatics Engineer****
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> J. Craig Venter Institute****
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> 301-795-7743****
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