Hi Thon

Sorry for re-activating an old e-mail thread. I am just curious, whether Nate's suggestion solved your problem?



After our upgrade (from the "March 12th changeset 6799:40f1816d6857" to the "October 5th changeset 7824:b5bda7a5c345") we see long delays in the jobs going from queued to running.


For our server, switching from "set_metadata_externally = False" to "set_metadata_externally = True" did not speed up anything.

Regards, Hans-Rudolf


On 09/19/2012 04:27 PM, Nate Coraor wrote:
On Sep 18, 2012, at 6:31 PM, Anthonius deBoer wrote:

Hi,

Jobs that I start on my in-house Galaxy instance now take up to 3-4 min to go 
from queued to Running, even though there is nothing much going on on the 
galaxy server...

I have been running this instance since June and use a relatively new version 
of Galaxy-central (Last update, 22-Aug changeset:   7535:bf6517b2b336)

I have noticed that my jobs table in the galaxy Postgres database contains 
about 60,000 jobs...
Could that be the culprit? Does it slow to the complete database to see if 
there are any jobs that need to run?

Could I purge the jobs and related tables to speed up the submissions?

Hi Thon,

It's not really possible to remove things from the database since there are a 
lot of interdependencies.

The first thing to check would be whether set_metadata_externally = True in 
your Galaxy config.

--nate


Thanks,

Thon

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