Hey Francis,

There's a bug in the current release of cloudman that causes files fetched by 
galaxy (this doesn't affect direct http or ftp upload) to use the root volume 
as temporary storage, which has very little space.  This is fixed in the next 
release scheduled to coincide with the galaxy-dist release.    Until that's 
available, I'd recommend using one of the other upload options.  If this isn't 
possible, let me know and I'll try to figure out another workaround.  Sorry for 
the trouble!

-Dannon

On Oct 24, 2013, at 8:45 AM, Francis Ouellette <fran...@oicr.on.ca> wrote:

> 
> I'm on cloudman, trying to upload files, and I'm getting this error message:
> 
> "No space left on device" transferring a 1 GB file to my instance, but the 
> cloudman console says I have more than 5 GB left?
> 
> Is this a bad error message?
> 
> Is there some other file you want to see?
> 
> @bffo
> 
> 
>  
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> 
> 
> 
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> B.F. Francis Ouellette          http://oicr.on.ca/person/francis-ouellette    
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