On 05/26/2014 10:00 AM, Peter Cock wrote:
Hi Neil,

Via the GUI, if you are logged in as an administrator
(i.e. your email address is listed in universe_wsgi.ini)
there is a an admin tab (top banner, starting analyze
data etc). This includes an option to see the current jobs.

Via the command line API? I'm not sure, never looked.


connect to the PostgreSQL (or MySQL) database - prferably with a read-only user, and count the jobs with state "new" (ie grey) and "running" (ie yellow) in the "job" table. And based on the other information stored in the "job" table (eg 'tool_id'), you can make a guess on the expected wait time

Regards, Hans-Rudolf





Peter

On Mon, May 26, 2014 at 6:59 AM,  <neil.burd...@csiro.au> wrote:
Hi,
    is there anyway to find out (from the command line or api) what is on the
Galaxy queue?

When items are queued they appear in grey or processing in yellow can I get
hold of these details from the command line as I could then email the user
who has just submitted a job with his place on queue and expected wait time.

Thanks
Neil

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