Hello Sebastian,

On Mar 14, 2011, at 9:28 AM, Sebastian J. Schultheiss wrote:

> Dear Galaxy Developers,
> 
> we are experimenting with cleanup strategies for our production galaxy server 
> that is used by the public. How are you treating the user-uploaded data on 
> galaxy-main?


We currently do not limit disk space per user.  We run the cleanup scripts once 
per day using the default settings in cleanup_datasets.py.


> 
> We would like to see how much space is used by an individual user and 
> evenutally be able to remove them after some time of inactivity (>180 days?), 
> ideally preceded by 1-2 warning emails. Can the current cleanup scripts 
> handle that?


No, the cleanup scripts do not determine space used per user, and they do not 
include the ability to send email notification.  It would probably be best to 
implement these features in a script separate from the cleanup_datasets.py 
script.   We have no current plans to implement this.


> 
> Thanks for your help!
> 
> -- Sebastian
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Greg Von Kuster
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