User: Enis Afgan

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Comment: C: Problems running galaxy Cloudman at Amazon
... By default, as soon as you add a worker, running jobs on the master is disabled because it needs to act as the support backbone for the workers, which imposes stress on the system (e.g., the network file system service). You can enable running of jobs on the master manually from the CloudMan admin p ...
written 7 days ago by Enis Afgan590
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Comment: C: Problems running galaxy Cloudman at Amazon
... Exactly. Each new instance you start costs however much that instance type is valued by Amazon (https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/pricing/on-demand/). ...
written 8 days ago by Enis Afgan590
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Comment: C: Problems running galaxy Cloudman at Amazon
... Some jobs are configured to use multiple CPUs at the same time, this is the list of tools (also linked from the Galaxy home page on your instance): https://github.com/galaxyproject/ansible-cloudman-galaxy-setup/blob/master/files/galaxy/job_conf.xml.cloud#L31 ...
written 8 days ago by Enis Afgan590
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Comment: C: Problems running galaxy Cloudman at Amazon
... No need to ssh, the screenshot in the linked page (https://galaxyproject.org/cloudman/services/galaxy/#becoming-a-galaxy-admin-user) is showing the CloudMan Admin page where you just need to enter the email address with which you have registered on you Galaxy instance and click the 'Set admin users' ...
written 10 days ago by Enis Afgan590
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Answer: A: Problems running galaxy Cloudman at Amazon
... You'll need to make yourself a Galaxy admin user to be able to install tools. Detailed docs are available here: https://galaxyproject.org/cloudman/services/galaxy/#becoming-a-galaxy-admin-user ...
written 10 days ago by Enis Afgan590
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Answer: C: Problems running galaxy Cloudman at Amazon
... How are you trying to use the AMI? If you're using the AWS dashboard directly, that's not the correct method - CloudLaunch should be used instead: https://beta.launch.usegalaxy.org/catalog/appliance/galaxy-cloud ...
written 14 days ago by Enis Afgan590
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Answer: A: Proper ways to stop and restart Cloudman/AWS/Galaxy instance
... If you use the 'persistent storage' option when launching your cluster, you can then shut it down through the CloudMan interface, which will save necessary data within your account and shut down the instance. You can then relaunch that same cluster from the CloudLaunch interface by clicking 'Fetch s ...
written 18 days ago by Enis Afgan590
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Answer: C: Kraken run time
... A couple of comments on the system setup - Kraken is not setup to run using multiple cores on CloudMan (the list of tools that are setup is available here https://github.com/galaxyproject/ansible-cloudman-galaxy-setup/blob/master/files/galaxy/job_conf.xml.cloud) so any jobs will run using just a sin ...
written 4 weeks ago by Enis Afgan590
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Comment: C: CloudMan not launching worker nodes properly
... There is an incompatibility with the older CloudMan releases so the latest one was pulling the code out of the test bucket as you noticed. With Galaxy 17.09 released now, I'll need to update the CloudMan release as well so can also fix the issues you mention. Could you please add the issues you've c ...
written 5 weeks ago by Enis Afgan590
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Answer: A: CloudMan not launching worker nodes properly
... Thanks for reporting this. There was a bug in the communication setup between the master and worker nodes. It's been corrected now and the CloudLaunch server updated so things should start working again for any newly launched cluster. If you want to fix an already running cluster, it'll be necessary ...
written 6 weeks ago by Enis Afgan590

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