I am an admin user. I guess otherwise I wouldn't have access to "Manage data libraries" page.

I have two instances of galaxy, one at server and one locally on my laptop. And both have the same problem. Can't let the files copy locally, and it's a problem.



On 02/06/2013 02:10 PM, Dannon Baker wrote:
Hmm.  If that configuration option is set to True, and uncommented, then the 
only thing left to check would be to make sure you are logged in as an admin 
user.

And, just reply-all, like you did to this mail, and everything will thread to 
the list properly.

Thanks!

-Dannon


On Feb 6, 2013, at 4:59 AM, Sanjarbek Hudaiberdiev <hudai...@icgeb.org> wrote:

Sorry, I couldn't find a way of posting a reply on the thread. There was an 
only option of replying to author.
How can I post my reply so that it appears in publicly visible list?

Yes,  I restarted, and in the drop-down, there are only "import from your current 
history" and "upload files"

Sanjar.

On 02/05/2013 06:19 PM, Dannon Baker wrote:
Have you restarted your galaxy instance after changing the setting?  And, in 
that drop-down, can you confirm that 'filesystem paths' is not an option?

Also, please keep conversations on-list so that others might be able to help 
and/or benefit from the exchange.

-Dannon


On Feb 5, 2013, at 12:15 PM, hudai...@icgeb.org wrote:

I set  allow_library_path_paste = True in universe_wsgi.ini  and still don't 
have the option of copying locally on manage data libraries page.

http://i.imgur.com/PEeCAnc.png?1

Should I set some other parameters to True?

<quote author='Dannon Baker'>
The absolute fastest method would be to enable filepath upload for data
libraries (in universe_wsgi.ini -- allow_library_path_paste = True).  Once
that's set, you can paste the absolute file path into the upload box, and
check the box for not copying the data.  This will leave the data where it
is on the external drive, though it will make it available in the Data
Library.  Obviously if you use this method, you'll need to have that
external drive attached (and always at the same mount point) to use the
data.

If you actually *do* want to copy this data off the external drive, simply
don't check that 'no copy' checkbox and the data will be copied directly
through the filesystem and not uploaded.

-Dannon

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