Dnia 2015-09-21, pon o godzinie 15:14 +0200, Hans-Rudolf Hotz pisze:
> Ok, it is not the same problem we have encountered a few years ago.
> I doubt, that it is a system permission issue. All data files belong to
> galaxy (or the user the galaxy server is running as), and the access is
> regulated by the PostgreSQL (or MySQL or SQlite) database. I can only
> imagine the following case: you have restarted the Galaxy server as a
> different user than before?
No. I always use the galaxy user. I am using PostgreSQL as the db
> To me, it rather looks like something has changed in the apache set-up
> and I am not an expert on this. I hope some-else can pick up this e-mail
I have recently configured Galaxy to run in multiprocess setup using the
docs on Galaxy site.
I would be grateful for help as we are now running the series of
workshops for new Galaxy users.
Zuzanna K. Filutowska, HPC Systems Administrator
Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center
Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences
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