Just a small question about this - you have purge_datasets.sh, and then 
delete_datasets.sh .  Shouldn't it be the other way around, since purging only 
works on the deleted datasets?  (I realise this doesn't address your main 
issue, since running it twice should have maximized free space.)


On 12/17/2014 01:05 PM, Langhorst, Brad wrote:
> My glaaxy user data area is using 40T
> But the repots server only show usage of about 16T…
> Im nearly out of space and I’m not sure how to resolve the disparity.
> I have run the clearnup_datasets.py and other
> I’m running mainenance scripts like this:
> #!/bin/sh
> echo 'running galaxy maintenace scripts'
> #runs galaxy maintenance scripts
> GALAXY_PATH=/mnt/galaxy/data/galaxy/galaxy-dist
> SCRIPT_PATH=${GALAXY_PATH}/scripts/cleanup_datasets
> sh ${SCRIPT_PATH}/delete_userless_histories.sh
> sh ${SCRIPT_PATH}/purge_histories.sh
> sh ${SCRIPT_PATH}/purge_libraries.sh
> sh ${SCRIPT_PATH}/purge_folders.sh
> sh ${SCRIPT_PATH}/purge_datasets.sh
> sh ${SCRIPT_PATH}/delete_datasets.sh
> --
> Brad Langhorst, Ph.D.
> Applications and Product Development Scientist
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