Question: Local Sequence Storage
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10.5 years ago by
Rochak Neupane60 wrote:
Hello, I recently started using galaxy. I installed a local copy of galaxy, and am wondering how I can add our own sequences so that galaxy understands them when fetching. So instead of fetching from PSU it'll look at a local source. Is this doable? If so, how can I configure this? Thanks, Rochak
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ADD COMMENTlink modified 10.4 years ago by David Goodstein10 • written 10.5 years ago by Rochak Neupane60
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10.5 years ago by
Greg Von Kuster840 wrote:
Hello Rochak, Yes, this is certainly possible. The Galaxy distribution is configured to look in the ~/tool-data directory for files which point to your locally cached sequences. See the "tool_data_path" setting in the Galaxy config ( universe_wsgi.ini ). This directory contains sample ".loc.sample" files that are included in the distribution to provide information about how to point the ".loc" versions of the same files to your own locally cached sequences. The comments at the beginning of each of these files provides this information. Greg Von Kuster Galaxy Development Team
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10.4 years ago by
David Goodstein10 wrote:
We identified our local sequence file in tool-data/faseq.loc. However, that file never shows up as an option under the "database/ build" pulldown (when we "pencil" edit a dataset). What additional configuration is necessary to have our local files show up in the database/build pulldowns? regards, David Goodstein
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