The first thing that comes to mind is a bug that existed in a particular
version of cloudman regarding the max size allowable -- can you try 999GB?
On Mon, May 6, 2013 at 2:57 PM, Iry Witham <iry.wit...@jax.org> wrote:
> Hi Dannon,
> I have attempted the resizing. I clicked on the disk and set it for
> 1000GB. The instance restarted, but the volume remains at 100GB. Is
> this due to the lack of disk space? I don't see a snapshot when I look at
> the AWS console after the restart. Any ideas?
> From: Dannon Baker <dannon.ba...@gmail.com>
> Date: Monday, May 6, 2013 2:06 PM
> To: Iry Witham <iry.wit...@jax.org>
> Cc: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: [galaxy-dev] Resizing galaxy cloudman /mnt/galaxyData
> Hi Iry,
> This should work, I use it regularly. Just make sure you're not ssh'ed
> in and 'in' /mnt/galaxyData or anything like that. There's not really
> another way to do this that I'd recommend trying if you need the instance
> to continue working for something tomorrow.
> Let me know if you have any issues and I can help.
> On Mon, May 6, 2013 at 1:54 PM, Iry Witham <iry.wit...@jax.org> wrote:
>> Hi Team,
>> I urgently need to resize the data partition on my galaxy cloudman
>> instance without loosing anything. I notice that there a gui on the
>> cloudman admin page that will allow me to increase it to 1000GB. If I use
>> that will it restart all of the processes? I need to maintain this as a
>> functional instance since it needs to be available for use tomorrow at 8:00
>> AM and I do not have the time to rebuild it. The gui says it will create a
>> snapshot. The following is what it says:
>> "Expand Disk Space
>> Through this form you may increase the disk space available to Galaxy.
>> All of the cluster services (but not the cluster) WILL BE STOPPED until the
>> new disk is ready, at which point they will all be restarted. This may
>> result in Galaxy jobs that are currently running to fail. Note that the new
>> disk size must be larger than the current disk size.
>> During this process, a snapshot of your data volume will be created,
>> which can optionally be left in your account. If you decide to leave the
>> snapshot for reference, you may also provide a brief note that will later
>> be visible in the snapshot's description. New Disk Size (minimum 100GB,
>> maximum 1000GB):
>> Note (optional):
>> or delete the created snapshot after filesystem resizing? If checked,
>> the created snapshot will not be kept"
>> What is the likelihood that this will be successful? Has anyone
>> utilized it? Is there another way to resize the /mnt/galaxyData/
>> and /mnt/galaxyIndices partitions that will allow me to do what I need to?
>> Iry Witham
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