Rerunning stalled Trinity jobs is how I was able to get test runs to be processed. I suggest that you and others with jobs stalled longer than 24 hrs do the same.
For your data, I reran the originally stalled job and it came back with a green success dataset. However, it is empty due to a problem with the fastq input identifier format. Review the
stderr from the job for full error details (on the "i" view details info page).
In short, the fastq data has @ identifier lines formatted like this (below). Trinity is not able to parse these into forward and reverse fasta reads when fastq dataset are submitted to the tool.
example1: @SRR3101501.1 1/1 example2: @SRR3101501.185 185/2
I am not sure how these data were generated as they are a merge of datasets not included in the same history, but better identifiers would be formatted like:
example1: @SRR3101501.1/1 example2: @SRR3101501.185/2
Reprocess the data from the source or use the reformatting tools in the group Text Manipulation to correct before running Trinity. If you want to submit fasta files directly that is also an option to test out. Use the tool FASTQ to FASTA converter.
Hope this helps and our apologies for reoccurring issues with the connection to PCS Bridges.
Jen, Galaxy team