Yes, entering the string on the instance's initial configuration dialog will 
always be an option.

-Dannon

On Sep 18, 2012, at 1:20 PM, greg <margeem...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Thanks Dannon.
> 
> I'm actually writing some documentation that I won't be able to update
> again for a few months.
> 
> Will the old method (entering the share string on the initial
> configuration dialog) be around for a while?
> 
> If so I'll just tell users to do that.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Greg
> 
> On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 9:51 AM, Dannon Baker <dannonba...@me.com> wrote:
>> My hunch is that there's a race condition during boot that I haven't had a 
>> chance to track down and fix yet.  I've actually disabled the share_string 
>> launch parameter using Galaxy's built-in cloudlaunch until this has been 
>> fixed.  You can definitely still use the share string, but start the 
>> instance without specifying it via your launcher (cloudlaunch, 
>> biocloudcentral, or manually in user data) and enter it in the initial 
>> configuration dialog for the instance instead.
>> 
>> -Dannon
>> 
>> On Sep 18, 2012, at 9:44 AM, greg <margeem...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> Hi guys,
>>> 
>>> I entered my share string
>>> "cm-808d863548acae7c2328c39a90f52e29/shared/2012-09-17--19-47" on this
>>> page "https://biocloudcentral.herokuapp.com/launch"; in the field
>>> labeled "Shared cluster string" and click the button to create my
>>> instance.  But then when I log into Cloudman the "Initial Cluster
>>> configuration" dialog is still appearing.
>>> 
>>> I ran the same thing yesterday with an older share string and
>>> everything worked fine.
>>> 
>>> Any ideas what could be going on?  I'm pretty stuck.
>>> 
>>> Thanks,
>>> 
>>> Greg
>>> 
>>> 
>>> This is all I see in the cluster status log (I entered my share string
>>> again on the dialog, the disk status says 0 / 0 and applications and
>>> data lights are yellow, and don't seem to progress):
>>> 
>>> 13:34:46 - Master starting
>>> 13:34:50 - Retrieved file
>>> 'shared/2012-09-17--19-47/shared_instance_file_list.txt' from bucket
>>> 'cm-808d863548acae7c2328c39a90f52e29' to
>>> 'shared_instance_file_list.txt'.
>>> 13:41:29 - Retrieved file
>>> 'shared/2012-09-17--19-47/shared_instance_file_list.txt' from bucket
>>> 'cm-808d863548acae7c2328c39a90f52e29' to
>>> 'shared_instance_file_list.txt'.
>>> 13:41:30 - Retrieved file 'persistent_data.yaml' from bucket
>>> 'cm-c8c215c4c67525d91b3a2598f9e370f7' to 'shared_p_d.yaml'.
>>> 13:41:31 - Created a data volume 'vol-7f2cc105' of size 5GB from
>>> shared cluster's snapshot 'snap-cfa775ba'
>>> 13:41:31 - Saved file 'persistent_data.yaml' to bucket
>>> 'cm-c8c215c4c67525d91b3a2598f9e370f7'
>>> 13:41:31 - Retrieved file 'persistent_data.yaml' from bucket
>>> 'cm-c8c215c4c67525d91b3a2598f9e370f7' to 'pd.yaml'.
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