This is usually an old cached version of the history panel interfering, or
a javascript error that you'd see in the console.

Can you clear browser cache, close out all Galaxy windows, and try again?
If that still doesn't work, can you look in the javascript console to see
if there are any errors?

Dropping the database and whatnot definitely shouldn't ever be required.

On Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 3:52 PM, Jeremy Liu <jeremy....@yale.edu> wrote:

> Hi Galaxy Dev,
>
>  I just pulled the latest updates for galaxy-dist with hg pull -u and then
> migrated over the postgres database with: sh manage_db.sh -c
> ./universe_wsgi.ini upgrade
>
> After restarting the server, my Galaxy instance would not show the history
> of datasets. The history was still there, since I could see it when I
> clicked "Saved Datasets" -> "View" -> "Show Structure" and jobs would be
> executed normally. However the history toolbar was entirely missing. Is
> there any fix for this other than dropping the database, deleting galaxy
> and clean install galaxy? (then reinstall the tools that I had downloaded
> from the toolshed).
>
> Note: After running sh run.sh --reload, Galaxy noted that some of the
> tools were not moved over, so I tried running sh
> ./scripts/migrate_tools/0012_tools.sh and sh
> ./scripts/migrate_tools/0012_tools.sh install_dependencies but I was unable
> to locate the scripts.
>
> Thanks,
> Jeremy Liu
>
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