Mark, how are you running your Galaxy instance, and have you changed
the value of log_level in your universe_wsgi.ini? By default Galaxy
should be provide quite verbose logging on stdout.
On Wed, Oct 10, 2012 at 2:21 PM, Mark Johnson <mjohn...@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov> wrote:
> I'm trying to add CSRA (NCBI Compressed Sequence Read Archive) as a new
> datatype for Galaxy.
> I've followed the instructions on the wiki, and the module seems to load OK.
> csra shows up as a datatype in the upload view.
> But the upload fails, and the uploaded file size is always 0. The actual
> file I upload is 156k.
> Here are my changes:
> In binary.py:
> In upload.py (following the example at
> I also have a very hard time debugging Galaxy. Where can I look for an error
> stream that explains what it's doing? paster.log only tells me the HTTP
> traffic. I need to know where it is failing to know where to look. And my
> code needs to be able to, at the very least, print debug messages. How do
> people generally do that in Galaxy?
> --Mark Johnson
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