I tried a few things;
/mnt/galaxy/galaxy-app has the universe_wsgi.ini file. I started there. It
would be overwritten
I then went to the s3 bucket and tried universe_wsgi.ini.cloud. Changed that.
It too would eventually be overwritten with the defaults (plus the file above)
I changed both of these as well, same result.
So then I looked in cm.tar.gz and found more references to the files in python
scripts and tried that. To no avail. I’m assuming some script is affecting
What I did to work around this for now was to make a copy of universe_wsgi.ini
to scot_universe_wsgi.ini and modified the local run.sh to call it instead.
> On Jan 28, 2015, at 9:56 AM, Dannon Baker <dannon.ba...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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?)
> On Sun Jan 25 2015 at 12:20:12 PM Scott Jeschonek <sco...@averesystems.com
> <mailto: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
>> <mailto:sco...@averesystems.com>> wrote:
>> 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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