Question: Over disk quota and not going back
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10 months ago by
dcf100740
Sweden
dcf100740 wrote:

Hi, I was loading some list containing SRA datasets and I went over quota. I tried to solve by purging everything I had in my history and datasets. Now the datasets and the history I retained are less than 1mb but the system still says I am using 788GB. I have logged out, waited several minutes and logged in again but the quota continues at 788GB.

Am I missing anything to free the space? I have deleted, deleted permanently the files and purged the histories.

Thank you in advance, David

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10 months ago by
Dannon Baker3.7k
United States
Dannon Baker3.7k wrote:

Sorry for the trouble, I've recalculated your quota and you should be good to go. We've overhauled the logout-on-recalculate logic and it should work once the new code is deployed. Let me know if you have this problem again before that, and we'll get it taken care of.

ADD COMMENTlink written 10 months ago by Dannon Baker3.7k

Thank you very much!

Best regards, David

ADD REPLYlink written 10 months ago by dcf100740

Dear Dannon,

I am having problems again. First of all, according to Galaxy I am using -35.2GB of space (-14%). At the same time, I am trying to run BOWTIE2 in a small dataset (500mb more or less) but I keep on getting empty SAM/BAM and empty stats files. The stderr shows the following message:

Building a SMALL index close failed in file object destructor: IOError: [Errno 28] No space left on device /jetstream/scratch0/main/jobs/15310938/command.sh: line 82: /jetstream/scratch0/main/jobs/15310938/return_code: No space left on device /jetstream/scratch0/main/jobs/15310938/command.sh: line 83: /jetstream/scratch0/main/jobs/15310938/metadata/__instrument_core_epoch_end: No space left on device

Obviously I am not over my quota (I have no data saved at all) so I don't really know what is going on. Also, sending the task to Stampede seems to solve the issue.

Best regards, David

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