Hello gents,

I figured out something: it has nothing to do with galaxy but maybe one of you 
could explain me why I'm having this behavior :
I connect ssh on the torque master (where the galaxy web service is running) 

1.       su - galaxy

2.       cd /home/galaxy/galaxy-prod/database/job_working_directory/000

I execute a job #1234, it fails with the error mentioned below.
I execute the exact same job #1235 and while it's running I enter the directory 
1235 --> job finishes successfully.

My directory /home/galaxy is an nfs mount in /etc/fstab.
Any ideas?

Cordialement / Regards,
Edgar Fernandez

De : Fernandez Edgar
Envoyé : September-17-15 9:44 AM
À : galaxy-...@bx.psu.edu
Objet : [galaxy-dev] need help badly

Hello gents,

I hope everyone is doing ok...
I'm in need of your help so badly it's a little bit urgent:

So my galaxy wasn't used in a while but the last time everything was working 

1.       The web-site was functional

2.       The local handler upload the files locally on the master

3.       Torque was shooting all the jobs correctly and getting an answer back.

But today, one of my students tried some typical trimmomatic and all his jobs 
came back with the following error:
Job output not returned from cluster.

However, when I checked his datasets with that error, the view data (icon that 
is an eye) had some results.
Also, when I looking inside the logs, I got:
Job output not returned from cluster: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 
But that file galaxy_406.o existed and had
TrimmomaticPE: Completed successfully

I tried changing the value from 0 to 5 of "retry_job_output_collection" in the 
config/galaxy.ini file without any success.

I've look through the internet and I saw a lot of people had that error but no 
one found a solution.

Can you guys please help?

Cordialement / Regards,

Edgar Fernandez
System Administrator (Linux)
Direction Générale des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication
*  Bur. : 1-514-343-6111 poste 16568

Université de Montréal

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