I am trying to upgrade our Galaxy instance to the latest stable code from 
master and now our instance won't start using my /etc/init.d/galaxy script.  
That is:

> sudo service galaxy start

no longer works. It says it does (i.e. prints "[OK]"), but Galaxy isn't running 
and nothing is written to the log. I am using the init.d script from simison 
[1], which is basically the same as the one posted to the Galaxy wiki [2], both 
of which are quite old.

Galaxy does start with:

> sudo su galaxy
> ./ --daemon

so I have left Galaxy running in a screen session for now, but that is less 
than ideal.

I suspect something to do with the .venv as `./ --skip-venv` also fails 
and I don't recall Galaxy being that finicky about a venv being active. Does 
anyone know how I can get the /etc/init.d/galaxy script (i.e. 
start-stop-daemon) to activate the venv for



Research Associate
Department of Computer Science
Vassar College
Poughkeepsie, NY

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