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If you are logged into CoGe using your CyVerse credentials, CoGe can send/retrieve data from your CyVerse Data Store.  For CoGe to do this, there must be a directory called "coge_data" at the base of your data store.  You can check for this directory or make it through the CyVerse Discovery Environment or with the i-commands.
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If you are logged into CoGe using your CyVerse credentials, CoGe can send/retrieve data from your CyVerse Data Store.  For CoGe to do this, there must be a directory called "coge_data" at the base of your data store.  You can check for this directory or make it through the CyVerse Discovery Environment (https://de.cyverse.org) or with the i-commands.
  
 
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If you get this error in CoGe:
 
If you get this error in CoGe:
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That is usually cause by the "coge_data" not being present in your home directory.  To create this directory, you can:
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# Go to the CyVerse user portal (https://user.cyverse.org) and add CoGe as a server.  This was automatically create the "coge_data" directory
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# Manually create the directory using the CyVerse Discovery Environment (https://de.cyverse.org) or with the i-commands.

Revision as of 11:30, 29 May 2020

If you are logged into CoGe using your CyVerse credentials, CoGe can send/retrieve data from your CyVerse Data Store. For CoGe to do this, there must be a directory called "coge_data" at the base of your data store. You can check for this directory or make it through the CyVerse Discovery Environment (https://de.cyverse.org) or with the i-commands.

Screen Shot 2020-05-29 at 11.47.11 AM.png

If you get this error in CoGe:

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That is usually cause by the "coge_data" not being present in your home directory. To create this directory, you can:

  1. Go to the CyVerse user portal (https://user.cyverse.org) and add CoGe as a server. This was automatically create the "coge_data" directory
  2. Manually create the directory using the CyVerse Discovery Environment (https://de.cyverse.org) or with the i-commands.