Re: [galaxy-dev] changing datasets file_path storage location

2013-02-19 Thread Peter Cock
On Tuesday, February 19, 2013, Derrick Lin wrote:

 Thanks Peter,

 Our data is backup and we are planning to shutdown the galaxy for moving
 data to the new place, change the file_path value in universe config, then
 start the galaxy again.

 My only concern is if the existing value of file_path get hard-coded in
 the database entries.

 Many thanks
 Derrick


That's what I was worried about - but it seems everything was using
relative paths :)

Good luck,

Peter
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Re: [galaxy-dev] changing datasets file_path storage location

2013-02-18 Thread Derrick Lin
Thanks Peter,

Our data is backup and we are planning to shutdown the galaxy for moving
data to the new place, change the file_path value in universe config, then
start the galaxy again.

My only concern is if the existing value of file_path get hard-coded in the
database entries.

Many thanks
Derrick


On Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 8:47 PM, Peter Cock p.j.a.c...@googlemail.comwrote:

 Hi Derrick,

 We did that a year ago, while changing the mount point as
 part of setting up a shared file system between our Galaxy
 node and a cluster. Naturally we did a backup first, but I
 don't recall any issues from this. At the time Nate just advised
 not to have any jobs running at the time (and stop Galaxy of
 course).
 http://lists.bx.psu.edu/pipermail/galaxy-dev/2012-February/008383.html

 Peter


 On Thursday, February 14, 2013, Derrick Lin wrote:

 Hi Shantanu,

 We are facing the same situation that migrating galaxy dataset to a new
 location is needed. I am wondering if you have done it successfully? Would
 be nice if you can share your experience with us.

 Cheers,
 D


 On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 9:21 AM, Shantanu Pavgi (Campus) 
 pa...@uab.eduwrote:


 We are planning to change datasets directory location (file_path setting
 in universe_wsgi.ini) in our Galaxy installation. We will be moving
 existing datasets to the new directory location and updating XSendfile
 setting in Apache as well.  I was wondering if there are any side effects
 that we should be considering before making this change. There are certain
 fields in the database (e.g. command_line in jobs table) which contain
 absolute path of datasets. Do we need to update any of these fields to make
 sure Galaxy is functional after file_path is changed?

 --
 Thanks,
 Shantanu
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Re: [galaxy-dev] changing datasets file_path storage location

2013-02-14 Thread Peter Cock
Hi Derrick,

We did that a year ago, while changing the mount point as
part of setting up a shared file system between our Galaxy
node and a cluster. Naturally we did a backup first, but I
don't recall any issues from this. At the time Nate just advised
not to have any jobs running at the time (and stop Galaxy of
course).
http://lists.bx.psu.edu/pipermail/galaxy-dev/2012-February/008383.html

Peter

On Thursday, February 14, 2013, Derrick Lin wrote:

 Hi Shantanu,

 We are facing the same situation that migrating galaxy dataset to a new
 location is needed. I am wondering if you have done it successfully? Would
 be nice if you can share your experience with us.

 Cheers,
 D


 On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 9:21 AM, Shantanu Pavgi (Campus) pa...@uab.eduwrote:


 We are planning to change datasets directory location (file_path setting
 in universe_wsgi.ini) in our Galaxy installation. We will be moving
 existing datasets to the new directory location and updating XSendfile
 setting in Apache as well.  I was wondering if there are any side effects
 that we should be considering before making this change. There are certain
 fields in the database (e.g. command_line in jobs table) which contain
 absolute path of datasets. Do we need to update any of these fields to make
 sure Galaxy is functional after file_path is changed?

 --
 Thanks,
 Shantanu
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Re: [galaxy-dev] changing datasets file_path storage location

2013-02-13 Thread Derrick Lin
Hi Shantanu,

We are facing the same situation that migrating galaxy dataset to a new
location is needed. I am wondering if you have done it successfully? Would
be nice if you can share your experience with us.

Cheers,
D


On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 9:21 AM, Shantanu Pavgi (Campus) pa...@uab.eduwrote:


 We are planning to change datasets directory location (file_path setting
 in universe_wsgi.ini) in our Galaxy installation. We will be moving
 existing datasets to the new directory location and updating XSendfile
 setting in Apache as well.  I was wondering if there are any side effects
 that we should be considering before making this change. There are certain
 fields in the database (e.g. command_line in jobs table) which contain
 absolute path of datasets. Do we need to update any of these fields to make
 sure Galaxy is functional after file_path is changed?

 --
 Thanks,
 Shantanu
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