The installation is mine. It's using MySQL for the db. I have two
other installations. This is the only one that holds the galaxy
database directory on an nfs mount. The other two installations don't
exhibit this problem. All 3 installations run on centos 5.8 using
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On Oct 5, 2012, at 3:24, Peter Cock <p.j.a.c...@googlemail.com
On Wednesday, October 3, 2012, Pete Schmitt wrote:
When attempting the change the filetype of a fastq file to
fastqsanger, the process for changing the type goes on forever. This
does not allow any further processing of the data.
That's strange - this should be really fast as it doesn't change the
file on disk, just the metadata in Galaxy's database.
(The FASTQ groomer is much slower because it does write a new file)
Which Galaxy installation was this on? If yours, do you know anything
about the setup (e.g. database used)?
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