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Hi, mi name is Diana Trejo and I am working with galaxy for first time. I would like to analyze millions of sequences in galaxy but I don´t know if it is possible because my file is 330 MB. Are there any MB restriction for using galaxy? Thanks for your help Diana Trejo -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.
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Georgios Magklaras30 wrote:
Hi, In short, the limits are dependent on the site installation. The people responsible for running the servers are the right people to ask the question. I can tell you that in local installations, we have much larger file uploads than the ones you mention. Whatever the limit on the website, it is also possible to upload your data manually via FTP/SecureFTP. Once your data are uploaded, they should be accessible via the web interface. PS:Note that the National Bioinformatics Node of Mexico (Centro De Ciencias Genomicas) will discuss Galaxy during the National Bioinformatics Week. I do not know if the formal announcement has been made yet, but it should be during the last week of January 2012 or the week before that. Best regards, GM -- -- George Magklaras PhD RHCE no: 805008309135525 Senior Systems Engineer/IT Manager Biotek Center, University of Oslo EMBnet TMPC Chair Tel: +47 22840535
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Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k wrote:
Hello Diana, For the main public Galaxy server, an input sequence file of this size should not be a problem when analyzed through the standard tools. Hard quotas are not set at this time, but will be announced soon. Current guidelines can be found at: Hopefully this helps, Best, Jen Galaxy team -- Jennifer Jackson
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