Question: How jobs execute at Galaxy servers
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5 days ago by
artigasdaniela10 wrote:

My file for pileup has more than 24 hours running job and It still said: "the job is currently running". I want to know if it is really running or it is interrupted because I changed the internet connection

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Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k wrote:


Jobs run at Galaxy servers are executed server side. They will not be impacted if you log out of Galaxy, log back in, or use a different internet connection.

If the job is still running, allow it to keep running. Avoid deleting or restarting any job that is queued/executing, unless you already know something is wrong with it and you need to make changes (inputs or settings). Deleting a queued/executing job, then rerunning the exact same job, will only extend wait time (the new job is added back at the end of the queue).

If the job failed, review the error message, fix the problems, then rerun. Jobs that are too large to execute at a server and fail for a memory/timeout error sometimes are really too large, but in many cases indicate a data or tool setting problem that can be corrected to achieve a successful result.


Thanks! Jen, Galaxy team

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artigasdaniela10 wrote:

Hi, Thank you for your kind reply. I got it. I was worry because the data is really large. Thanks

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