I'm building a Galaxy Cloud implementation, and running into a problem
uploading data files 1 Mbyte, or 1,048,576 bytes.
I've started Galaxy Cloudman and a single server, all according to to the
Wiki. I can upload fasta format files 1048756 bytes, and general CSV
format peptide files, and
Thanks. Glad it's not my error !
Could ypu let me know where nginx.conf is, and how to restart the nginx
process ? This is a prototype proof-of-concept implementation, and I think
a once-per-instance custom fix which preserves the simple ability to use
Get Data / Upload Files From Your
It's the other nginx.conf at /opt/galaxy/pkg/nginx/conf/nginx.conf, I don't
think that one you found is used. And it isn't explicitly set at all
currently, so the default 1m gets applied.
And, to reload with the modified config, I think this should do the trick (as
the ubuntu user)-
Cool, that seems to have worked. I set
and issued sudo kill -HUP `cat /opt/galaxy/pkg/nginx/logs/nginx.pid`
and it's uploading my test files of 2mb to 25mb ok.
Great, glad it worked for you!
And, once we release a new AMI, it'll be fixed retroactively. That is, you'll
be able to use your existing cloud setup with the new AMI and it should just
On Jan 23, 2012, at 5:35 AM, Greg Edwards wrote:
Cool, that seems to have
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