cbioportal_session_database_container). If all is well you won't see any significant errors (maybe some warnings, that's fine to ignore). If all went well you should be able to visit the cBioPortal homepage on http://localhost:8080. You'll notice that no studies are shown on the homepage yet. Go to the next step to see how to import studies.
./studyfolder and import them. There's also a script (
./study/init.sh) to download multiple studies. You can set
DATAHUB_STUDIESto any public study id (e.g.
lgg_ucsf_2014) and run
./config/portal.properties. Which was set up when running
-Xmxoptions to the same number. This should increase performance of certain memory-intensive web services such as computing the data for the co-expression tab. If you are using MacOS or Windows, make sure to take a look at these notes to allocate more memory for the virtual machine in which all Docker processes are running.