Hi Ted

You can cut down the lag by 5 secs if you delete the "time.sleep( 5 )" in '~/lib/galaxy/jobs/manager.py' ( line 155)


(see also my e-mail from Nov 7:  in this email conversation:
http://dev.list.galaxyproject.org/Jobs-are-slow-to-start-on-my-galaxy-instance-Used-to-be-much-faster-tt4656337.html

There has been a follow up discussion on the IRC Channel: as it turns out, this time delay is necessary for certain users, depending on their set-up - Hence be careful, when deleting it.


Regards, Hans-Rudolf

On 12/04/2012 04:19 PM, Ted Goldstein (PhD candidate) wrote:
This Galaxy speed and production question reminded me that I have been meaning 
to raise the following question on the list:

For a single job (workflow item),  It seems like there is a 20 second lag  
before the job is launched.   It gives the impression that Galaxy is slow and 
unresponsive (in the sports car sense).  I imagine that it is a combination of  
python's poor thread architecture and web polling latency.  Has anyone looked 
into the latency of running a process?

Ted


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