I am trying to integrate AD with Galaxy. My auth_config.xml look like the below, but galaxy won't start with those setting. If anyone has any other sample of a configuration that they don't mind sharing, it be great.
The Python LDAP has been installed, RHEL7 alone with ldap-dev
<server><a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="ldap://dc1.example.com">ldap://dc1.example.com</server>
Any suggestion ??
just like Floreline :
some of my colleagues ask me if it could be possible to rename the uploaded ( from pasted data) file before the download.
I would like to know if it could be added as an enhancement for a future release ?
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Centre de Recherche de Chappes
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We've got a composite datatype (neostore) for Neo4j databases. Currently
the upload is disabled because to upload you need to select each individual
file of the database directory (which is tedious). Is there a more
efficient way to upload composite datatypes? E.g. as a tar.gz or zip file?
If not, has anyone looked into supporting this? (I see @jmchilton was noted
as working on a composite uploading for 17.05)
Secondly, we're moving to support Neo4j 3.2.0. In this version there is a
minor (1 file) change in the files used to store the database. Can
composite datatypes have "optional files"?
Has anyone dealt with DFARS requirements and data in Galaxy?
Similar themes across other requirement sets might be: encryption of
data at rest, DoD 32-pass secure deletion of data, providing access logs
for datasets/histories/intermediate steps, providing logs of changes to
access control policies for histories/datasets.
Just wondering before we come under these regs and need to be doing all
Is it possible, and if so how, to run the galaxy devteam (version546ada4a9f43)
of bwa_mem with the "-t" option and a value >1?
"-t INT number of threads "
This would be quite useful, and used, for accelerating single bwa mem jobs.