Hey Scott,

Glad you figured out the other two issues.  Which file exactly are you
editing that is getting overwritten?  And when does it get overwritten? (on
reboot, randomly, cluster terminate/start, etc?)

-Dannon

On Sun Jan 25 2015 at 12:20:12 PM Scott Jeschonek <sco...@averesystems.com>
wrote:

> Revising all of the below…
>
> I figured out the configuration location and file system issues.
>
> The only issue I have now is that my configured universe_wsgi.ini file is
> being overwritten with defaults.  I modified it in the s3 bucket and
> locally but to no avail.  Any ideas?
>
>
>
> On Jan 24, 2015, at 12:17 PM, Scott Jeschonek <sco...@averesystems.com>
> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I’m setting up a ‘local’ Galaxy server in AWS and had a few questions that
> I can’t seem to answer.
>
> 1. *Directory configuration in universe_wsgi.ini* — I want to use an NFS
> from another server.  The purpose would be to deposit results there.  I may
> also want to point to another NFS server as a centralized reference / index
> file system.  I tried changing the path for the Indices setting and
> restarted Galaxy, but CloudMan is showing the file system as “error”.
> Basically I am trying to wrap my head around the steps to re-pointing to
> NFS mounts (is it just change the paths in universe_wsgi.ini then restart
> everything?)
>
> 2. *CloudMan AMI and fstab* — I’m using the latest AMI Cloudman instance
> and it seems to have an issue with NFS configurations in the fstab.  I am
> not quite sure what is going on, the entry is correct.  I’m able to
> manually mount the filesystems as well so the paths are correct.  Is there
> something specific I need to change on that image?
>
> Thanks in advance for any assistance!
>
> Scott Jeschonek
> Avere Systems
>
>
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