On 07/23/2014 12:05 PM, julie dubois wrote:
Hi Hans-Rudolf,
Thanks for your answer.
I've launched lot of jobs since monday. And some jobs were finished
and some jobs never started.
In "Manage jobs" I can see jobs queued because they need inputs which
are queued, so I think it's normal.

But other jobs are described like this :

9554   user_login   0 hours ago    samtools_flagstat    new    23199
ok, 23243 ok    None    None    None
The two necessary inputs for this job (23199 and 2343) are ok and the
job doesn't run.


Another mysterious line is :

9561  user_login    0 hours ago     fastqc       new      Unable to
determine inputs      None     None    None

After check this job in my history, I'm sure that the input of this
job is green and really available. Why can galaxy not determine inputs
?
Finally, in "Manage Jobs" there are only jobs queued. No jobs running.

Any idea ?

I have one suspicion:

which database are you using?
If you are just using the built in SQlite you might have run in a database-lock? Because you have submitted too many jobs at once?

In this case, I guess, the only way to recover is to re-start...

Hans-Rudolf


Thanks
Julie

2014-07-23 11:35 GMT+02:00 Hans-Rudolf Hotz <h...@fmi.ch>:
Hi Julie

Are there any jobs running at all?  What do you get when you click on
"Manage jobs" in the admin menu?  Maybe you have some old jobs 'running'
which are now blocking your queue?

Hans-Rudolf



On 07/23/2014 11:14 AM, julie dubois wrote:

Hi all,
I've seen several posts for jobs which stay queued and never start
with an installation of galaxy on a cluster.
But our installation is just a local instance of galaxy in 1 PC and I
have more than 100 jobs which stay queued and never start.

How can I debug this problem (my version of galaxy is the latest
2june2014).

And is it possible to run those jobs without restart galaxy because it
would be very long to rerun each job manually after reloading galaxy.

Thanks.

Julie
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