On Jan 4, 2012, at 2:52 PM, Ryan wrote:
> I have a cluster (cluster A) set up with Galaxy. Our sequencing data gets
> mapped to hg19, then the resulting BAM files are placed on a SAN connected to
> a different cluster (cluster B) that cluster A does not have NFS access to.
> We cannot install an FTP server on cluster B either. The only way to get
> data from cluster B to cluster A is to use scp. Is there a way to set up a
> Data Library in Galaxy on cluster A that refers to non-local data and
> transfers the data from cluster B when needed? Or is it possible to have a
> Galaxy instance on cluster B share data with a Galaxy instance on cluster A?
There is not presently a way to temporarily pull data from other filesystems
using scp or share data without a common filesystem. You'll have to copy the
data to cluster A and then load it into a library there.
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