Do you have a job runner configured or are you just using the default
local job runner? I'm not sure what could cause this, is the main
script actually launched by Galaxy still running or just child
processes?

I assume this is happening for just one script or tool and not all of
them right? If yes, can you post the script and/or tool?

-John

On Thu, Sep 10, 2015 at 11:14 PM, Calvin Morrison
<mutanttur...@gmail.com> wrote:
> hi guys,
>
> I have a script that is 'running' according to galaxy but it never
> completes. When i looked in the terminal, the processes were stuck in
> a Unix 'T' state, which means they're of course never going to finish.
> Is galaxy causing these scripts to go into a T state or is the problem
> somewhere else? I'm at a loss
>
> Thanks,
> Calvin Morrison
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