On Sep 18, 2012, at 11:56 AM, Joseph Hargitai wrote:
Is there a quantifiable difference in data uploads, speed of processing, general
availability after the connection was/is established to Pittsburgh?
I haven't tested it within the front end of Galaxy to see whether it's made a big
difference there. So far, it's been used to transfer data around in the backend.
If we loaded data to a common directory on an XSEDE resource, would our students be able
to fetch this data in a more timely manner to their galaxy accounts then from desktops
etc... For us it would be easy to populate a common directory once then our users could
fetch/wget etc... from there, or if possible could such directory be directly visible to
our set of galaxy users? (this is what we do locally) - but one would need admin priv for
that on the main instance.
Or would you just do this with one galaxy user sharing out the files for the rest of a
group working together?
It'd be much more efficient if this data were only loaded once, and already loaded in
Galaxy so it did not need to transfer multiple times. Either sharing or libraries could
be used to accomplish this.
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