One option would be to upload the files to Galaxy data libraries from which
users with permission can import them into their histories for analysis. If
the files are local to the Galaxy server, you have the option to "upload from
file system paths" and not copy the data into Galaxy's file store. See the
following wiki page for details.
For all the details about Galaxy data libraries, see:
Greg Von Kuster
On Jul 10, 2012, at 12:11 PM, Lee Hazelwood wrote:
> Dear developers,
> I'm wondering if you might be able to help us with an issue with have at
> Leeds. We have installed the galaxy platform on our HPC cluster at Leeds. One
> issue we have is uploading files > 2 GB through the internet browser. We have
> tried the URL route also without success. Are there any solutions to this
> One idea we had was whether it is possible to change the upload to look at
> the filesystem local to galaxy rather than the users own computer.
> Many thanks
> Dr Lee Hazelwood
> BHRC Bioinformatics Technology Group Leader
> Biomedical and Health Research Centre
> Faculty of Biological Sciences and
> Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine
> University of Leeds,
> LS2 9JT, UK.
> E-mail: l.d.hazelw...@leeds.ac.uk<mailto:l.d.hazelw...@leeds.ac.uk>
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