Dhanushki

I have observed that Galaxy can not handle anything over 1 Gb...I have tried and tried without success. Maybe Jennifer or Mike can address this but it might just be for small files.


Scott

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On 4/29/2012 11:53 AM, Dhanushki Samaranayake wrote:

Hi,


Earlier I tried to upload larger bam files (3.5GB, 3.4GB and 4GB) to Galaxy account, but failed. Your advice was to use FTP upload at http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/FTPUpload. I followed the screencast in the website and did exactly as it has advised. I used FileZilla ftp client, uploaded the files to Galaxy account and executed. Now the problem is at the execution step. For example, my 3.5GB file is accurately uploaded, but once I execute the file I get is 2.5GB. The file seems to be somehow truncated. Please advice!


Thanks

Dhanushki



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