I am trying to deploy Galaxy as an environment for proteomics tools in
amazon's EC2 cloud, probably/preferably via Cloudman. I have used both
the biocloudcentral portal and a manual approach to set up
cloudman/galaxy, but run into the same error message which seems to
start with a problem with a snapshot that does not exist:
* 15:16:05 - PostgreSQL data directory '/mnt/galaxyData/pgsql/data'
does not exist (yet?)
* 15:16:26 - Error creating volume: EC2ResponseError: 400 Bad Request
|InvalidSnapshot.NotFound|The snapshot 'snap-b28be9d5' does not
exist.---some long identifier---
* 15:16:26 - Error adding filesystem service 'Filesystem-galaxyTools':
'NoneType' object has no attribute 'id'
* 15:16:26 - STATUS CHECK: File system named 'galaxyTools' is not
mounted. Error code 0
* 15:16:37 - Error mounting file system '/mnt/galaxyData' from
'/dev/xvdg2', running command '/bin/mount /dev/xvdg2
/mnt/galaxyData' returned code '32' and following stderr: 'mount:
you must specify the filesystem type '
My instance type is t1.micro (testing on AWS free tier), but I've tried
m1.large, and that didn't help. I noted that the snapshot ID is always
the same. Since the AMI is from March 2011 (at least the one I select
manually), I assume that I have something wrong in my settings or that
Amazon has changed something somewhere.
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