Galaxy installation at UGA
The URL to access UGA Galaxy instance is http://galaxy.qbcg.uga.edu this URL might change to a secure one later. You will need to sign in to use the system. If you don’t have an account you can register/create one for yourself. Please try to use your UGA email for the email address.
Access to the Galaxy instance is restricted to UGA faculty, staff and students. You will have to be inside UGAs network or signed into the VPN (http://remote.uga.edu) to access the website.
If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please contact Raj Ayyampalayam.
Loading you data to your galaxy history from your desktop
You have to have a galaxy account before you can upload your data. Once you have your data (reads, reference file etc..) ready you can upload it using ftps (Secure FTP). Your galaxy credentials (username and password) should be used to login to the ftp server at galaxy.qbcg.uga.edu. Make sure that you select explicit TLS encryption in your connection settings. You can use any ftp program(FileZilla, Cyberduck for both you Windows and Mac computers) to upload your data to the import area of Galaxy.
Loading you data to your galaxy history from zcluster
You have to have a galaxy account before you can upload your data. Once you have your data (reads, reference file etc..) ready you can upload it using ftp (regular FTP). Your galaxy credentials (username and password) should be used to login to the ftp server at galaxy.local. You should use the ftp command to upload your data from the zcluster to the import area of Galaxy. It is highly recommended that you use the copy nodes to ftp your files into galaxy.
raj76@copy1:~$ ftp galaxy.local
Connected to galaxy.local (10.33.31.91).
*** Welcome to this Galaxy@UGA ftp server! ***
The current time here is Fri Oct 24 11:49:53 2014.
If you experience any problems here, contact : email@example.com
220 ProFTPD 1.3.3g Server (Galaxy@UGA FTP) [10.33.31.91]
Name (galaxy.local:raj76): firstname.lastname@example.org
331 Password required for email@example.com
230 User firstname.lastname@example.org logged in
Remote system type is UNIX.
Using binary mode to transfer files.
Getting UGA Galaxy related help
If you have any questions or comments regarding the UGA galaxy installation or need a new tool installed or report a problem, please register at the GACRC forum at http://forums.gacrc.uga.edu and start a new topic under the Galaxy section of the forum. It makes the life of the Galaxy maintainer a lot easier and helps us keep track of the requests and not drop the ball.
Here are some screen shots of CyberDuck and Filezilla configuration: