Morning all, easy question to ask: what's the simplest way of selecting named columns from a tabular file in Galaxy, without prior knowledge of column indices?
@pcm32 points at https://github.com/galaxyproject/tools-devteam/blob/master/tools/cut_columns and suggest I might PR there to add the feature, but it seems like something someone would have done ages ago so don't want to reinvent the wheel if it exists somewhere already.
A tool that does that directly is:
However, that's only available on usegalaxy.eu and .org.au, not .org.
As a workaround you could use toolshed.g2.bx.psu.edu/repos/iuc/column_order_header_sort/column_order_header_sort/0.0.1
avaiable on .org and .eu, but not org.au ;)
to first bring your columns into predictable order to then cut by column indices.
Galaxy isn't allowing the AWS cloud Galaxy aka galaxy_cloudman record to be deleted on the side that is outside of aws cloud. I have removed the instance of galaxy on the aws cloud side. But the installer will not allow another install of the instance because it has a record of an install even though that instance didn't work, doesn't work and isn't working and now is deleted.
What was the problem?
Tried to ssh to the system on aws that held the instance of galaxy and initially it did allow for a password entry which means it was up but maybe not running galaxy. It wouldn't take the password. So after a few attempts it stopped allowing a password entry and then the instance of galaxy on aws didn't respond to a ping timing out. At that point the instance on the AWS cloud of galaxy was completely broken. Tried rebooting. Tried stop and restart. Finally I terminated the instance on the AWS galaxy side and then tried to re-initiate the install on of Galaxy_cloudman but it wouldn't allow it cause it showed a record that there was already an install so it wouldn't allow a re-install. The only solution may be to delete my account on usegalaxy and create a new account on use galaxy to reset everything. But I want to keep my same login.
Is there anyone here that is an administrator who can remove the instance record of AWS cloud from my UseGalaxy account? Or delete my account so I can recreate it and reset everything which would basically get rid of the record of the instance on AWS of Galaxy cause there is no instance at this point on AWS cloud of galaxy_cloudman.