Hi,
thx for the reply. I will try to make a proper install of galaxy as soon as
i have some time.
But as for now, more importantly, i just need to make a unix copy of the
files that interest me.

so yes, having something from within galaxy could be cool. But a unix copy
could make the trick for my first tests. Still I have a problem. I noticed
that all my history is located in database/files/
However, how can i know which file corresponds to a given file in my
history?
Of course, i could work with the file size and the date of creation, but a
more reliable and intuitive link would be nice.
Could I find it somewhere?

thx
colin


2011/7/1 Jennifer Jackson <j...@bx.psu.edu>

> Hello Colin,
>
> For #1, we have some wiki help pages that go through the set-up steps for
> this type of proxy configuration. Please see:
>
> https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/**galaxy-central/wiki/Config/**
> ProductionServer<https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/wiki/Config/ProductionServer>
> -- scroll to "Make the proxy handle uploads and downloads" which links to
> these two docs:
>
> Apache:
> https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/**galaxy-central/wiki/Config/**ApacheProxy<https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/wiki/Config/ApacheProxy>
> -- the section "Sending files using Apache" specifically addresses
> downloads.
>
> nginx:
> https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/**galaxy-central/wiki/Config/**nginxProxy<https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/wiki/Config/nginxProxy>
> -- also has a section for this function, titled "Sending files using nginx"
>
> For #2, a unix copy of the files could be done directly or by an external
> script, but it sounds as if you want to do this configured from within
> Galaxy itself. This could likely be done by setting the download destination
> for the UI "save" function to be a static location in the configuration.
> Let's see if any of our dev team community has done this already and would
> like to share the method.
>
> Hopefully this helps,
>
> Best,
>
> Jen
> Galaxy team
>
>
>
> On 6/30/11 7:48 AM, colin molter wrote:
>
>> Hello all,
>> I have two related questions about getting data from the Galaxy History.
>> I installed `galaxy in my server, I did some data analyses and now i
>> want the resulting data back.
>>
>> But I am facing two problems:
>>
>> 1/ I just try to use the download button. If i do it with the button (or
>> with curl or wget), i get the following error:
>> <h1>Proxy Error</h1>
>> <p>The proxy server received an invalid
>> response from an upstream server.<br />
>> The proxy server could not handle the request <em><a
>> href="/galaxy/datasets/**b701da857886499b/display">GET&**
>> nbsp;/galaxy/datasets/**b701da857886499b/display</a></**em>.<p>
>> Reason: <strong>Error reading from remote server</strong></p></p>
>> </body></html>
>>
>> any ideas? Does I am suppose to modify the universe_wsgi.ini?
>>
>> 2/ In fact, i would prefer to just copy the result on the same server
>> (no need to use the network). Something similar that what is used to add
>> data to the datalibrary. Is it a way to just copy data from within
>> galaxy to some given place in the same server?
>>
>> thank you
>> colin
>> --
>> Colin Molter
>> University of Brussels - InSilico Team - http://insilico.ulb.ac.be/
>>
>>
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