On Feb 7, 2013, at 6:04 AM, graham etherington (TSL) wrote:

> Hi,
> Some of our users are experiencing problems with (mainly) tabular data on
> our local install of Galaxy (changeset 8368:0042b30216fc, Nov 06 2012).
> I'm presuming it's some kind of meta-data problem.
> The first strange behavior is that they are getting green history items,
> but when the history item is expanded it has 'no peek' in the data preview
> and 'empty' as the line-count. When they click on the eye icon, their data
> appears and the output is as expected.
> Sometimes the data preview panel (in the history item) has the number of
> columns across the top of it (but still with 'no peek') and this data can
> be used downstream, but often the columns are missing or incorrect and
> although the output file is correctly tabulated, it cannot be used
> downstream.
> All of these problems can be addressed by using the Auto-detect in the
> Edit Attributes. This provides the correct column count, gives the line
> count and provides a peek.
> This happens with lots of different tools, usually (but not exclusively)
> with tabular data.
> I'm wondering if anyone has ever encountered this problem before and what
> they did to address it.
> Many thanks,

Hi Graham,

Is this a sporadic problem, and are you using a cluster (and a shared 
filesystem)?

--nate

> 
> Graham
> 
> 
> 
> Dr. Graham Etherington
> Bioinformatics Support Officer,
> The Sainsbury Laboratory,
> Norwich Research Park,
> Norwich NR4 7UH.
> UK
> Tel: +44 (0)1603 450601
> 
> 
> 
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