This sounds like a pretty serious bug - but I have not heard of other
people encountering it explicitly. There was a brief period of time
when 15.03 release had a similar bug (I believe it was patched by
https://github.com/galaxyproject/galaxy/pull/21) - but it was merged
before we actually announced the release. Is there some chance you
Galaxy instance was running the release_15.03 branch of Galaxy on
github before we actually announced the release?
On Thu, Apr 23, 2015 at 12:02 PM, Olivia Doppelt-Azeroual
> Dear Developers,
> We manage a Galaxy instance at Institut Pasteur where there are more than a
> hundred users. Among them there are postdocs that are meant to
> leave the institute.
> Our Galaxy instance is configured with LDAP authentication. The LDAP entry
> is suppressed shortly after the end of contracts.
> We are facing the following problem:
> A user left a few month ago,
> 1/ before leaving, she shared interesting histories with another
> colleague of the lab.
> 2/ before leaving, the colleague created a copy of every shared history
> in her own Galaxy account.
> 3/ The colleague made a few tests to check that the data were really
> transfered, by displaying them or downloading them and everything was ok.
> 4/ The time passed and the ldap user account of the user who left was
> suppressed. We deleted then purged her Galaxy account.
> 5/ The colleague has tried to relaunch some analysis using the copied
> histories. The data are there as her colleague is able to download the files
> or display them, but the jobs haven't been launched. They have remained grey
> in the copied history.
> The problem is that there are no logs at all on the galaxy side. No command
> line is generated either.
> On the reporting side of Galaxy, we see that the jobs have been created but
> their status remains "NEW'
> We know that this will be a recurrent problem if we can't resolve it.
> Have someone already complained about something like that?
> Best regards,
> Olivia Doppelt-Azeroual, PhD
> Fabien Mareuil, PhD
> Bioinformatics Engineer
> Galaxy Team - CIB/C3BI
> Institut Pasteur, Paris
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