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Using DRMAA from Python to submit & monitor SGE jobs
... I am having issues configuring, submitting, and monitoring SGE HPC cluster jobs from within Python using DRMAA. I know that Galaxy uses Python and supports DRMAA, so I was trying to figure out how this is implemented there. I saw the docs here: https://docs.galaxyproject.org/en/latest/admin/cluster ...
drmaa qsub cluster sge written 9 months ago by steve30 • updated 9 months ago by Nate Coraor3.2k
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Comment: C: How to set the default admin password for Galaxy Docker?
... I see the section in the [Dockerfile](https://github.com/bgruening/docker-galaxy-stable/blob/master/galaxy/Dockerfile) (line 180-191, starting at `# Configure PostgreSQL`) where the admin user is being added to the database, is this what you meant by setting the admin user at build time? I tried exp ...
written 2.1 years ago by steve30
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Comment: C: Galaxy Docker not starting
... I've been using the `galaxy-deeptools` container since it already has a few tools I want pre-installed. But it looks like port 9002 is not set up for that one? I added `-p 9002:9002` but the page doesn't load. https://github.com/bgruening/docker-recipes/blob/master/galaxy-deeptools/Dockerfile EDIT: ...
written 2.1 years ago by steve30
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Comment: C: How to set the default admin password for Galaxy Docker?
... for the moment, I am looking to setup the admin usernames & passwords upon running the container, though the latter would also be useful when I eventually start building my own containers. Are there links to the scripts? ...
written 2.1 years ago by steve30
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Comment: C: Galaxy Docker not starting
... Do you mean server logs, or logs within the container? Any idea where they would be located? I have been using 8080 as the port for all my Galaxy Docker instances but I have only ever had one running at a time. ...
written 2.1 years ago by steve30
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Comment: C: How to set the default admin password for Galaxy Docker?
... OK thanks. I am trying to start a fresh Galaxy Docker instance and have the admin username & password already set upon starting the container for the first time. Is that not possible? ...
written 2.1 years ago by steve30
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Galaxy Docker not starting
... This just started happening today out of nowhere. I had a Galaxy Docker instance running fine for several days, but had to take it down. When I tried to start a new instance, Galaxy will not load. Docker reports no errors, but when I try to navigate to the Galaxy instance's URL, nothing loads and it ...
docker galaxy written 2.1 years ago by steve30
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How to set the default admin password for Galaxy Docker?
... In the [documentation][1] it shows how to set the default admin email and API key at startup; docker run -p 8080:80 \ -e "GALAXY_CONFIG_ADMIN_USERS=albert@einstein.gov" \ -e "GALAXY_CONFIG_MASTER_API_KEY=83D4jaba7330aDKHkakjGa937" \ -e "GALAXY_CONFIG_BRAND='My own Galax ...
docker galaxy admin written 2.1 years ago by steve30 • updated 2.1 years ago by Devon Ryan1.9k
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Comment: C: Import data via http link that requires a username and password?
... Thanks, I will look into this. I also saw [this page][1] which describes implementing the FTP uploads, and of course the pages on [how to upload DataLibraries][2], but I am not sure if there is any relevant information on how get started with building a tool to interact with Galaxy's file importati ...
written 2.1 years ago by steve30
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Comment: C: Import data via http link that requires a username and password?
... yes it is possible to do this with http://username:password@someserver.us/file1.txt and yes this is obviously an unacceptable solution. The URL is recorded in the user's History, visible from the front page, among other places. Thanks. ...
written 2.1 years ago by steve30

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