Stefano,

Certain jobs have up to 72 hours of run time on the public Main Galaxy server at https://main.g2.bx.psu.edu (usegalaxy.org). Other sites or your own site may have other limits.


Jobs last different time lengths in general depending on processing needs and the capabilities of the server/cluster nodes they are running on. RNA-seq analysis tools can be quite compute intensive. If processing runs over 72 hours, the job will fail and either the run parameters/inputs will need to be modified to shorten the execution time or a local/cloud instance with sufficient resources (or another public instance) be used.

Hope this helps to explain,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 2/22/13 11:00 AM, stefano cardinale wrote:
Hello,
  I am not sure whether this is a bug or a problem with the server, or if it is 
just normal but I started a BWA mapping on some paired-end reads of a bacterium 
genome two days ago late evening. The job appears in yellow as 'running' but is 
it normal that is taking all these hours? I must say this is not the first time 
it happens.
any advice?
thanks
stefano
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