I'm trying to upload fastq files to the server. I have 52 fastq files,
Two days ago I started with 8 of them. Two files were upload in the
first hs, however after more than 48 hs the rest of the files are
still trying to be uploaded.
It is this normal?
Dr. Alejandro Colaneri
Departments of Biology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
310 Coker Hall, CB# 3280
120 South Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3280
fax: 919- 962-1625
You are working on the public Main Galaxy instance at usegalaxy.org?
so, then I can let you know that this server is very busy. But the
delays may be related to other issues.
It is possible that the disk quota limit has been reached (250G per
user), or that an upload method is being used that does not support
size of the files (you must use URL or FTP for data > 2G), or that the
individual files are too large (50G maximum size per file). Upload
is in our wiki here:
But, this is quite a few files to be uploading for the analysis to be
considered "moderate usage". It is very likely that once uploaded, you
will experience additional delays when attempting to process this much
data all at the same time using the public resource, as it is not
intended for that type of intensive use per-individual end user. But
some of this does depend on how you manage the runs, download results,
and how large the data is (inputs and outputs). A cloud Galaxy is one
alternative I can recommend - please see the wiki here for ways to use
Galaxy Support and Training