[galaxy-dev] specify file_path for each Galaxy registered users

2014-05-05 Thread Weiyan Shen
Galaxy developers:
We can set the file_path in universe_wsgi.ini to specify the saved Galaxy 
results.But whether it is possible for us to specify file_path for each Galaxy 
registered users,for which multi-hard disks can be used effectively in some 
ways?
Thank you very much for any help.


Regards,Weiyan___
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Re: [galaxy-dev] specify file_path for each Galaxy registered users

2014-05-05 Thread Dannon Baker
Hey Weiyan,

You can't (currently) specify disk destinations per user, but you can
certainly use multiple disks in a pool.  For one example, see the sample
object store configuration here (and also in your galaxy distribution):
https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/src/92519a9bfa32a42ce47a63fdb72c8e2d717ec52e/object_store_conf.xml.sample?at=default

There isn't currently formal documentation for this (that I could find just
now), but I'm happy to help if you run into any issues.

-Dannon


On Sat, May 3, 2014 at 11:32 PM, Weiyan Shen shenw...@gmail.com wrote:

 Galaxy developers:
 We can set the *file_path *in universe_wsgi.ini to specify the saved
 Galaxy results.But whether it is possible for us to specify *file_path*for 
 each Galaxy registered users,for which multi-hard disks can be used
 effectively in some ways?
 Thank you very much for any help.

 Regards,Weiyan


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