I changed the permission for the files to public (everyone can
open/download), but this did not fix the problem.
Also, to answer Dannon's question, I am entering the full path for these
files, eg. https://s3.amazonaws.com/bucketname/xyz.txt
>From the screencasts I have watched, I noticed that fastq files uploaded
(from an S3 bucket or from elsewhere) always had a .fastq extension. Not
sure whether this is an issue for galaxy or not.
> Hi Karl,
> As a quick check, are the permissions for the S3 file set so anyone can
> the file? That's required before Galaxy's upload tool will be able to
> the file.
> Alternatively, if you don't want to set such loose permissions, you should
> be able to get a a signed URL for the given file using a Firefox extension
> On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 4:40 PM, <karlerh...@berkeley.edu> wrote:
>> I have been able to get Galaxy to instantiate on our Cloud account, and
>> would like to use the NGS tools to trim and map Illumina libraries.
>> However, when I tried to import .txt files (the data contained in these
>> files are in fastq format) located in an S3 bucket, Galaxy did not
>> recognize them as fastq data. I tried to import the files via the URL
>> the S3 bucket, and Galaxy just imported the actual name of the URL
>> than the file itself.
>> Do I need to change the extension of these .txt files to .fastq? Or
>> I gotten something wrong with respect to the location of the data in the
>> S3 bucket?
>> thanks for any help!
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