Hello guys!

I’m impressed!
You guys really thought of everything!
This is amazing!
I’ll try it and give you some news asap.
I’m so impressed that I used too many exclamation points in this email!!!

Cordialement / Regards,
Edgar Fernandez

De : Eric Rasche [mailto:e...@tamu.edu]
Envoyé : January-22-15 3:05 PM
À : Fernandez Edgar
Cc : galaxy-...@bx.psu.edu
Objet : Re: [galaxy-dev] show stopper for my galaxy installation

The tool to fetch data isn't being run on your submit node but instead on the 
cluster, which is the problem.

It's a fairly easy to solve problem:

  *   In your job_conf you'll need to define a way to run jobs locally (either 
via local runner, or via a special queue dedicated to your submit node)
  *   Then you'll need to specify that the upload tool is forced to that job 
runner.
Something like this (untested, probably invalid xml... )

<plugins workers="4">
  <plugin id="local" type="runner" 
load="galaxy.jobs.runners.local:LocalJobRunner" />
  <!-- your torque runner here -->
</plugins>
<destinations default="cluster">
  <destination id="local" runner="local">
  <!-- your cluster dest here -->
</destinations>
<tools>

  <!-- we force the upload tool to the local job runner, thereby bypassing the 
issue of internet access on the cluster nodes -->
  <tool id="upload1" destination="local" />
</tools>

Cheers,
Eric

2015-01-22 13:51 GMT-06:00 Fernandez Edgar 
<edgar.fernan...@umontreal.ca<mailto:edgar.fernan...@umontreal.ca>>:
Hello gents,

I started this new thread because I have a showstopper for my installation of 
galaxy.
Here’s my situation:

1.       I have a galaxy server that has internet access.

2.       My galaxy server is also my torque server and my only torque submit 
node.

3.       I have three torque compute nodes that DOESN’T have internet access.

Now, I’ve tried uploading a file (larger than 2Gb) via and URL and it fails.
However, I’ve added my galaxy server as a compute node and re-tried to upload 
the same file and I made sure the job will run on that machine and it works.

Now, my compute nodes are in a network that is completely protected from the 
outside world.
So no internet access.

What are my option in this case?

Cordialement / Regards,

Edgar Fernandez
System Administrator (Linux)
Direction Générale des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication
•  Bur. : 1-514-343-6111 poste 16568

Université de Montréal
PAVILLON ROGER-GAUDRY, bureau X-218


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