Sergei Ryazansky wrote:
> Thanks for reply!
> 
> set_dataset_sizes.py works fine for me. By the way, what is difference 
> between file_size and total_size fields? It seems that their values are equal.

Datasets with external metadata and composite datasets may contain extra
files, and total_size will be greater if this is the case.

> Although 'allow_user_dataset_purge' setting seems to be very usefull, but it 
> is absent in my universe_wsgi.ini file (galaxy_dist).

Have a look in the universe_wsgi.ini.sample file for it.

--nate

> 
> 
> 
> 06.07.2011 22:28, Nate Coraor пишет:
> >Also, datasets created prior to the addition of the total_size column in
> >changeset 5700:70e2b1c95a69 will have this unset - it can be set by
> >running the script:
> >
> >     % python ./scripts/set_dataset_sizes.py
> >
> >Also, Sergei, it's possible to allow users to force datsaets to be
> >removed from disk after they "delete" them.  See the
> >'allow_user_dataset_purge' option in universe_wsgi.ini.  If set to
> >True, users can select "Show Deleted Datasets" from the History's
> >"Options" menu and then choose datasets to purge.  Entire histories can
> >be purged from the history list.
> >
> >--nate
> 
> 
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