Just an additional problem. I retried running the scripts, and I got this
error when I was doing the purging:

Removing disk, file  Error attempting to purge data file:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "scripts/cleanup_datasets/cleanup_datasets.py", line 518, in <module>
    if __name__ == "__main__": main()
  File "scripts/cleanup_datasets/cleanup_datasets.py", line 116, in main
    purge_datasets( app, cutoff_time, options.remove_from_disk, info_only =
options.info_only, force_retry = options.force_retry )
  File "scripts/cleanup_datasets/cleanup_datasets.py", line 353, in
    _purge_dataset( app, dataset, remove_from_disk, info_only = info_only )
  File "scripts/cleanup_datasets/cleanup_datasets.py", line 478, in
    print "Error attempting to purge data file: ", dataset.file_name, "
error: ", str( exc )
  File "/home/applications/galaxy-dist/lib/galaxy/model/__init__.py", line
651, in get_file_name
    assert self.object_store is not None, "Object Store has not been
initialized for dataset %s" % self.id
AssertionError: Object Store has not been initialized for dataset 1

Can you please enlighten me on this error? I am just new to Galaxy and
Python, so I'm quite at a loss here.

Thanks in advance for any help!

On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 10:24 AM, Ciara Ledero <lede...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear all,
> I was able to execute the cleanup scripts in galaxy, using the -r option
> with them. According to what I've read, that option removes the datasets
> from the disk. But why didn't that happen? Also, since I have 'deleted and
> purged' the files, can I now remove them manually from the server?
> Cheers,
> CLedero
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