I'm glad to hear you got the jobs running. I don't think there's an
informative message that is being delivered when a job is not able to run
but looking at Galaxy (and/or CloudMan) logs might be necessary.
FYI, the version of CloudMan you're running (i.e., the currentlt released
version) is using SGE for running jobs (vs. Condor) to you would check the
status of a job via *qstat*.
On Wed, Jun 10, 2015 at 11:43 PM, Alexander Vowinkel <
> I figured out that only jobs that used one of the files could not run.
> They wanted a tabular file, which I uploaded before as "txt" and
> changed then to "tabular".
> It gave the message that some metadata could not be determined.
> Auto-detection somehow just worked now when I tried it the 3rd time.
> It would be good to be able to see some information about a reason
> why a job can not be executed and is waiting.
> Is that somewhere implemented?
> 2015-06-10 16:19 GMT-05:00 Alexander Vowinkel <
>> Hi list-members,
>> I have a Cloud Man instance on amazon.
>> I did minimal adaption (installing some tools, adding an index)
>> I'm currently running only a master, which is allowed to run jobs.
>> I have now 3 jobs saying: "This job is waiting to run"
>> But in the CloudMan console it says:
>> "Worker status: Idle: 0 Available: 0 Requested: 0"
>> Also condor_q gives 0 jobs.
>> Where is the problem?
>> I already restarted the galaxy service via the admin console...
>> Can someone help me to find whats going wrong?
>> PS: I'm running different job types (one is just "Add column")
>> PPS: "Upload File" jobs are working
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