On Feb 5, 2013, at 7:25 PM, Eric Enns wrote:
> In our local galaxy install using the latest release january, uploaded
> datasets are showing empty. But when you download it the contents are there,
> also if you click auto-detect in edit attributes it will remove the empty
> status and allow peeking and such. If you upload via ftp the dataset does not
> show up as empty. We are setting the metadata on our cluster if this is of
> any help.
You'll probably need to disable attribute caching. From the doc:
You may also find that you need to disable attribute caching in your
filesystem. In NFS this is done with the -noac mount option (Linux) or
-actimeo=0 (Solaris). The attribute cache can prevent Galaxy from detecting
the presence of output files or properly reading their sizes. Note that there
is some performance trade-off here since all attributes will have to be read
from the file server upon every file access.
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