I actually did this last night and it worked. Thanks.

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> From: eaf...@emory.edu 
> Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 17:17:02 +1100 
> Subject: Re: [galaxy-user] galaxyTools volume not given enough time to attach 
> To: thisisj...@hotmail.com 
> CC: galaxy-user@lists.bx.psu.edu 
> 
> Hi Joel, 
> This has been addressed in one of the more recent commits 
> (https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/cloudman/src/7bf68fba5d8b/cm/services/data/volume.py#cl-237)
>  
> but the updated version of CloudMan hasn't been released since then so 
> it's not generally available. 
> 
> At this point, the fastest fix would be for you could copy cm.tar.gz 
> out of your cluster's bucket to your machine, do something similar in 
> the code, tar it all back up and push the updated code to your bucket. 
> 
> Sorry about this; AWS's seems to have been having issues with the 
> amount of time it takes to create volumes lately because until recently 
> this was never an issue. 
> 
> Let us know if you need some more guidance in getting the above fixed, 
> Enis 
> 
> On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 4:54 PM, Joel Rosenberg 
> <thisisj...@hotmail.com<mailto:thisisj...@hotmail.com>> wrote: 
> About half the time I try to boot up my galaxy cluster in AWS, cloudman 
> aborts because it could not attach the galaxyTools volume with the 
> line: 
> 
> "Cannot attach volume 'vol-xxxxxx' in state 'creating' 
> 
> It appears that in /cm/services/data/volume.py it tries to mount the 
> volume every two seconds up to a minute and then gives up. In the AWS 
> EC2 volume pane, the volume in question always eventually ends up in 
> the state "available", but often not in enough time and cloudman gives 
> up. 
> 
> Could you possibly 1) increase the timeout to account for variations in 
> AWS service performance, 2) selectively wait longer if the state is 
> "creating" or 3) make the timeout period configurable in galaxy's 
> settings? 
> 
> If it matters, the tools snapshot is my own that I made after modifying 
> the standard volume. But again, when it boots up successfully the other 
> half of the time, the cluster behaves normally. 
> 
> Thanks, 
> 
> Joel 
> 
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