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Question about uploading a large application to the tool-shed

georgeweingart
Hello,

I have an application that is working perfectly in our local Galaxy (Not using tool-shed)
I would like to upload it to the tool-shed (I have uploaded other applications to the tool-shed before)
The size of the directory (//usr/local/galaxy-dist/tools/metaphlan2)   is 2.1 GB and after I tar it it is 1.1 GB.
The question:
Is it too big to be uploaded to the tool-shed?
Thanks!
George Weingart


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Re: Question about uploading a large application to the tool-shed

Dannon Baker-2
Hi George,

I'd think something is a bit wonky if it needs to be that big.  Mind sharing what's in there and why it needs to be so large?

-Dannon

On Wed, Sep 17, 2014 at 4:59 PM, George Weingart <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

I have an application that is working perfectly in our local Galaxy (Not using tool-shed)
I would like to upload it to the tool-shed (I have uploaded other applications to the tool-shed before)
The size of the directory (//usr/local/galaxy-dist/tools/metaphlan2)   is 2.1 GB and after I tar it it is 1.1 GB.
The question:
Is it too big to be uploaded to the tool-shed?
Thanks!
George Weingart


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Re: Question about uploading a large application to the tool-shed

Björn Grüning-3
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Hi George,

this really seems to big. What kind of data do you have included? Do you
know the Galaxy Data Managers? It seems to me that you should decouple
your wrappers from the data and create a data_manager to handle it.

Cheers,
Bjoern

Am 17.09.2014 um 22:59 schrieb George Weingart:

> Hello,
>
> I have an application that is working perfectly in our local Galaxy (Not
> using tool-shed)
> I would like to upload it to the tool-shed (I have uploaded other
> applications to the tool-shed before)
> The size of the directory (//usr/local/galaxy-dist/tools/metaphlan2)   is
> 2.1 GB and after I tar it it is 1.1 GB.
> The question:
> Is it too big to be uploaded to the tool-shed?
> Thanks!
> George Weingart
>
>
>
> ___________________________________________________________
> Please keep all replies on the list by using "reply all"
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