Efthymois,

You'll want to run Galaxy as a daemon process. Run

% sh run.sh --help

to get more information on running Galaxy as a daemon.

Also, please direct questions about running/configuring a local Galaxy instance 
to galaxy-dev (cc'd) rather than galaxy-user, which is for tool and analysis 
questions.

Best,
J.

On Jan 5, 2012, at 8:06 AM, Makis Ladoukakis wrote:

> Dear Galaxy users,
> 
> I have installed a local Galaxy instance on a server and I use it to run 
> certain genomic assembly workflows. Nevertheless with larger datasets 
> completion may take up to one day. How can i make Galaxy to continue the 
> operation even when i close the browser? Is that possible on a local instance 
> or on the main server?
> 
> Thank you,
> Efthymios Ladoukakis
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