We have been working with a relatively old distribution that does not have the 
purge datasets feature in the history menu. We just pulled a new galaxy 
distribution, and I was trying to test this feature. I tried many scenarios and 
I always get "0  datasets have been deleted permanently" and the used disk 
space that appears at the top right of the screen does not change.

I read the documentation on dependencies and when a dataset gets purged. So, I 
created a new history, and uploaded a file from my local machine. As a result, 
I could see that my used disk space increased. Then I deleted this item from my 
history and selected purge deleted datasets, but I got the same thing as 
described above. I also selected Delete history Permanently, but the disk space 
did not go down.

What am I missing?


Sahar Al Seesi

Postdoctoral Fellow

Computer Science and Engineering

University of Connecticut
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