planemo profile_create my_new_profile --galaxy_url http://blah --galaxy_user_key
planemo autoupdate workflow.ga --profile my_new_profile
mulled_singularityresolver or (2) (for non-IUC tools) built using the
build_mulled_singularityresolver (which actually doesn't work for me at the moment). how can this functionality be run on the command line or via API so that I can get the Singularity images for IUC tools (or potentially for non IUC tools) without running things through a Galaxy server?
planemo mulluses involucro to build a Docker contain on the local machine... and
singularity buildcan pull from a Docker registry to build a Singularity image. is there a way to avoid round-tripping through a Docker registry when building Singularity images?
Hello everyone, I am trying to upload my data but I am getting this #error
(Warning: Error: tus: unexpected response while creating upload, originated from request (method: POST, url: /api/upload/resumable_upload/, response code: 502, response text:
Galaxy could not be reached
You are seeing this message because a request to Galaxy timed out or was refused. This may be a temporary issue which could be resolved by retrying the operation you were performing. If you receive this message repeatedly or for an extended amount of time, please check for additional information on the Galaxy status page or the @galaxyproject Twitter feed. If the issue is not addressed on those sources, you may report it to the support team at firstname.lastname@example.org with details on what you were trying to do and the URL in the address bar.
, request id: n/a)
Can anyone explain to me what is the problem ?
thank you very much in advance.
galaxy serve- I use a local copy of the code and get this error - https://gist.github.com/pvanheus/986a1419d78012448a64a920c0a0df1f - its failing to parse a
registry.xmlfile that is in the job working directory but I don't see where this fie is coming from? (it seems to contain datatypes_conf.xml and more)
--galaxy_rootto see what happens. waaaaaiting for JS to compile.
<sniffer>...</sniffer></datatypes><datatype>in it - so bad XML