Hi Jochen

try starting docker with:

docker run -i -t -p 8080:80 -v E:\galaxy_storage\:/export/ bgruening/galaxy-stable /bin/bash

This will provide an interactive session. You can then start Galaxy (and other stuff like the required PostgreSQL server) with

startup > log 2>&1 &

and have access to the container.


with regard to using the '-v' option: are you using the native docker for Windows or are you using the docker tool box?


Regards, Hans-Rudolf



On 08/30/2016 10:07 PM, Jochen Bick wrote:
Hi,

I am on the way to set up a Docker container on win 10. My problem is
that I do not often work on win 10. My idea is to set up a galaxy which
can be uses once in a while if needed and will be shutdown or not
started if not needed:
So I am interested in exporting all datasets including the database. In
addition I would like to install tools from the toolshed which will be
kept after restarting the docker.

So ware I did the following:
docker run -d -p 8080:80 -v E:\galaxy_storage\:/export/
bgruening/galaxy-stable

its running but there are no files appearing at E:\galaxy_storage\

is it also possible to modify the galaxy.ini?

or to ssh to the docker container?

Thanks in advance Jochen
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