Thanks.  So if I just want to run my own program that uses SGE, it
sounds like I shouldn't need a Galaxy instance.  Is that right?

Does the storage space parameter control how much space is at /mnt/galaxyTools?

-Greg

On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 2:50 PM, Dannon Baker <dannonba...@me.com> wrote:
> Data Cluster only configures a persistent data volume and SGE.  Galaxy 
> Cluster includes a running Galaxy instance in addition to the persistent data 
> volume and SGE configuration components from the Data Cluster option.  The 
> Galaxy Cluster option is what most users will probably want to choose.
>
> How much space is absolutely dependent on your needs.  Keep in mind that you 
> can increase size later if necessary via the admin UI.  The maximum volume 
> size (per an amazon limit to EBS volume size) is currently 1TB.
>
> -Dannon
>
>
> On Jan 10, 2012, at 2:42 PM, mailing list wrote:
>
>> Hi guys,
>>
>> When I first go to my cloudman page at <public dns>/cloud I get a
>> dialog asking for some settings.
>>
>> What does the Galaxy Cluster choice do?  What does the Data Cluster
>> choice do?  Why can't I choose both?  How much space should I
>> allocate?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Greg
>>
>> Text of dialog:
>>
>> Galaxy Cluster: Galaxy application, available tools, reference
>> datasets, SGE job manager, and a data volume. Specify the initial
>> storage size (in Gigabytes):
>> GBOK
>>
>> Share-an-Instance Cluster: derive your cluster form someone else's
>> cluster. Specify the provided cluster share-string (for example,
>> cm-0011923649e9271f17c4f83ba6846db0/shared/2011-08-19--21-00):
>> Cluster share-string
>>
>> Data Cluster: a persistent data volume and SGE. Specify the initial
>> storage size (in Gigabytes):
>> GB
>>
>> Test Cluster: SGE only. No persistent storage is created.
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