Is there any way of downloading processed files by e.g. FTP, rather than “Save as” in the web browser? I have a large (9.6Gb) BAM file to download, and downloading it via the browser seems unstable for some reason. Thanks, Marc.
Datasets can be downloaded over the command line by using e.g. wget or
curl; right click the disk icon that you would ordinarily use for saving
and copy the link location and paste that into your command line,
The team is working no other strategies to enable the download of large
histories/datasets but nothing is in place yet.
Hopefully this helps,
On 10/30/11 12:36 PM, KNIGHT M.R. wrote:
> Is there any way of downloading processed files by e.g. FTP, rather than
> “Save as” in the web browser? I have a large (9.6Gb) BAM file to
> download, and downloading it via the browser seems unstable for some
> reason. Thanks, Marc.
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