thank you for your support.
The galaxy-dist I'm running is the March 2012 one. 'hg
incoming' doesn't give any further update. Python is
Please, note that I can still delete datasets from the UI
(if I click on the x button the dataset disappears and if
I set Options->Show Deleted Datasets it reappears as a
deleted dataset, as expected) however, if I try to purge
(Options->Purge Deleted Datasets) it reports a '0 datasets
have been deleted permanently' message with the deleted
dataset happily sitting in my history (still labeled as
Any help would be appreciated!
On Mon, 26 Mar 2012 14:25:43 -0700
Jennifer Jackson <j...@bx.psu.edu> wrote:
To help us get oriented, which galaxy-dist pull did you
start from and which did you update to? If you have the
release date/hg pull numbers, that would be great. If you
need to reference, these are the prior distributions:
Ideally, you would be current through the March 12, 2012
distribution, which included some bugs fixes for python
2.5 support. Support for python 2.4 ended with the Nov
18, 2011 distribution.
If there is anything else customized about your system
that you feel would be relevant (other odd behavior?),
that would be good to send back. For example, can you
delete and purge datasets through the UI? Histories?
I am going to move your question over the
galaxy-...@bx.psu.edu mailing list, which is the best
place to reach the development community. The galaxy-user
list is intended for data/tool usage questions, with a
focus on Galaxy main.
Please leave the galaxy-dev list in the "cc" for your
On 3/26/12 1:57 AM, rocco.piazza wrote:
I'm working on a local instance of Galaxy-dist and I
updated it. Right after the update I tried to run the
cleanup scripts. Unfortunately what I'm getting is the
# sh delete_datasets.sh -d 0 -r
Traceback (most recent call last):
line 524, in <module>
if __name__ == "__main__": main()
line 101, in main
app = CleanupDatasetsApplication( config )
line 512, in __init__
self.model = galaxy.model.mapping.init(
line 1818, in init
load_egg_for_url( url )
line 1798, in load_egg_for_url
dialect = guess_dialect_for_url( url )
line 1794, in guess_dialect_for_url
return (url.split(':', 1))
AttributeError: 'bool' object has no attribute 'split'
The same error occurs if I try to run other cleanup
scripts, such as the delete_datasets or purge_datasets.
Any idea to solve this issue?
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