If I understand correctly, this may be an error with the server or panel
loading the previously-used/most-current history. How many histories are
displayed when you use the 'history-options-button' (the gear at the top of
the history panel) and click 'Saved Histories'?
As a side question, which browser are you using or most commonly using?
Thanks for looking,
On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 8:46 PM, Greg Edwards <gedwar...@gmail.com> wrote:
> We're running a private Cloudman Galaxy on AWS for small-scale proteomics
> work. Lately the whole History of the main user id we use has occasionally
> disappeared, ie. on login the History is empty. The datasets aren't hiding
> in "Deleted Datasets". They appear to still be there
> in /mnt/galaxyData/files/000. They're not in the Anonymous (not logged in )
> id. They're not in another id. The data doesn't come back later. We reload
> the latest datasets in use and the numbering in the history restarts from
> 1. We're running the most basic config, with the simple single-threaded
> Nothing of interest seems to be in the various Cloudman logs.
> I've searched the archives for "lost/deleted/disappeared datasets/history"
> etc but nothing useful turned up.
> This is our rev status ..
> UBUNTU /mnt/galaxyTools/galaxy-central $ hg summary
> parent: 8116:ecd131b136d0 tip
> libraries: fix in query for 'datasets_are_public'
> branch: default
> commit: 2 modified, 268 unknown
> update: (current)
> This is a poor fault report but .. appreciate any pointers here.
> Many thanks ...
> Greg Edwards,
> Port Jackson Bioinformatics
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