Hej Jeremy!

That's certainly neater. There are many more wrapper that do the same - using 
mkdtemp() without a dir argument. Is there any plan to perform the same changes 
on these (bam-to-sam, etc...)?

Cheers,

Nico

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Nicolas Delhomme

Nathaniel Street Lab
Department of Plant Physiology
Umeå Plant Science Center

Tel: +46 90 786 7989
Email: nicolas.delho...@plantphys.umu.se
SLU - Umeå universitet
Umeå S-901 87 Sweden
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On Jul 2, 2013, at 3:27 PM, Jeremy Goecks wrote:

> In the spirit of this solution, I've implemented something similar in 
> -central changeset:
> 
> https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/commits/c7a07f350887fe3b4e822ba6b26b63ac3ac14bdf
> 
> The tool now creates temporary files in its working directory, which can be 
> configured via the 'job_working_directory' setting; you might choose to set 
> this to the same value as 'new_file_path' for simplicity.
> 
> Best,
> J.
> 
> 
> On Jul 1, 2013, at 8:32 AM, Nicolas Delhomme wrote:
> 
>> Hej Matt!
>> 
>> This has been bugging me as well since we are running galaxy locally with a 
>> server that has a very restricted space for the /tmp directory. Here are the 
>> change I made to the sam-to-bam tools to have him writing to new_file_path 
>> rather than $TMP.
>> 
>> First in the xml file (1.1.2 is the original version of the file in the June 
>> 2013 release)
>> 
>> delhomme:samtools$ diff sam_to_bam.xml sam_to_bam.xml_1.1.2 
>> 
>> 1c1
>> < <tool id="sam_to_bam" name="SAM-to-BAM" version="1.1.3">
>> ---
>>> <tool id="sam_to_bam" name="SAM-to-BAM" version="1.1.2">
>> 8d7
>> <       --temp=$__app__.config.new_file_path
>> 
>> And in the python file:
>> 
>> delhomme:samtools$ diff sam_to_bam.py sam_to_bam.py_1.1.2 
>> 
>> 5d4
>> <    --temp: hidden option to set the tmp directory
>> 39d37
>> <     parser.add_option( '', '--temp', dest='temp', help='The temporary 
>> directory to use for writing tmp files' )
>> 61d58
>> <             os.remove( tmp )
>> 63d59
>> <             os.remove( tmp )
>> 74c70
>> <     tmp_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp( dir=options.temp )
>> ---
>>>    tmp_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp() 
>> 
>> 
>> For the galaxy developers - I don't know if there's a way in the galaxy API 
>> to do this more easily. If there's I'd love to hear about it. If not it 
>> would be a great addition.
>> 
>> Cheers,
>> 
>> Nico
>> 
>> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>> Nicolas Delhomme
>> 
>> Nathaniel Street Lab
>> Department of Plant Physiology
>> Umeå Plant Science Center
>> 
>> Tel: +46 90 786 7989
>> Email: nicolas.delho...@plantphys.umu.se
>> SLU - Umeå universitet
>> Umeå S-901 87 Sweden
>> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>> 
>> On Apr 9, 2012, at 10:53 PM, Matt Shirley wrote:
>> 
>>> Is there a reason that the samtools BAM to SAM does not respect the 
>>> new_file_path set in the config file? The tmp directory handling by 
>>> different tool wrappers seems to be an issue right now on systems with 
>>> small system tmp directories.
>>> 
>>> -- 
>>> Matt Shirley
>>> Ph.D Candidate - BCMB
>>> Pevsner Lab
>>> Johns Hopkins Medicine
>>> 
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