Data transfer into Amazon's cloud is completely free.  Data out is what
costs money.  See

What you're trying to do here would be loading data *into* amazon from our
main server at  I'm not sure what you're asking with the
second question there -- in a cloud instance the master and worker nodes
are all inside the cloud, and communication between them is both free, and
very fast.


On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 8:43 AM, Manisha Sapre <> wrote:

> Good Morning Dannon
> this may not be a cost effective way of sharing data, cloud amazon charges 
> $0.120
> per GB data transfer, is there a work around ?
> also does that mean a worker node cannot communicate with master instance
> directly and use same below protocol to share history ?
> Thanks
> msapre
> From: Dannon Baker <>
> Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 4:55 PM
> To: System Administrator <>
> Cc: "" <>
> Subject: Re: [galaxy-dev] unable to share dataset history
> Hi,
> That sort of sharing only works within a single galaxy instance; users are
> not shared between different galaxies.  To copy an entire history from one
> instance to another you will want to use the history export/import
> functionality.  History context menu -> Export to file on the source
> instance, and Import from file on the destination.
> -Dannon
> On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 11:20 AM, Manisha Sapre <> wrote:
>> Hello Team Galaxy
>> trying to share/ forward dataset history from user 1 ( running on a local
>> instance,Scrn.1) to user 2 (running on cloud amazon ec2 instance,Scrn.2)
>> and *vice-versa*, error:- user is not a valid galaxy user. getting this
>> error while both the users are logged into system and both the instance's
>> are running normal.
>> insights of team will be very helpful.
>> Thanks
>> msapre
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