On Fri, Aug 24, 2012 at 4:30 PM, Peter Cock <p.j.a.c...@googlemail.com> wrote: >> >> >> >> Would anyone know about my question 1? If I install a local version >> >> of Galaxy and connect it to our cluster, where is each user's >> >> (uploaded?) data stored? How will the cluster jobs be able to access >> >> the data? >> > >> > By default, all the data is under a single folder, belonging to the >> > galaxy Linux user account. We use /mnt/galaxy/galaxy-dist for >> > this. In order that the cluster jobs can access the data, they must >> > also be able to see this mount. >> >> So can one user see another's files in your setup? I'd prefer if each >> user could only see and use his own files. >> > > No - they only access their data via the website, which has > it's own user controls, and prevents user A seeing the files > of user B (unless explicitly shared). > >> >> How do users get data into Galaxy in your system? >> > > Mostly via the "uplad" tool, or sometimes the remote > data tools (eg from UCSC). Some commonly used > files are also setup on our system as shared libraries > within Galaxy.
It seems weird to ask them to upload something that's already in their home directory and available to the cluster jobs otherwise. I wonder if there's a way they can copy files to the Galaxy data directory? I guess they'd have to let Galaxy know about the new data somehow? >> >> Thanks, >> >> Greg >> >> >> > >> > P.S. It is very confusing that your emails give your name >> > as "mailing list" rather than Greg. >> >> I think I fixed this? > > > Yes :) > ___________________________________________________________ Please keep all replies on the list by using "reply all" in your mail client. To manage your subscriptions to this and other Galaxy lists, please use the interface at: http://lists.bx.psu.edu/