I used "git clone” to get the galaxy from github site, so I think our galaxy
version should be the latest. I didn’t see any error from the JS console but I
found if I didn’t use apache as the proxy, the "copy shared history” function
seems working. I am not sure what went wrong for the apache proxy because I
don’t have any other issue except this “copy shared history” function. Thanks
for your information.
> On Feb 16, 2016, at 1:02 PM, Martin Čech <mar...@bx.psu.edu> wrote:
> Hi LW,
> 1) The described 'copy' feature works well for me on usegalaxy.org
> <http://usegalaxy.org/>. However the 'view and import' activity does fail for
> me too. We will look into that. What version of Galaxy are you using? Do you
> see any errors in the JS console of your browser?
> 2) 'purge' does only remove all roles from the group, not the group itself.
> Galaxy does not delete entities, only marks them as deleted in the DB.
> 3) should be fixed after merge of
> Thank you for using Galaxy
> On Tue, Feb 16, 2016 at 12:45 PM Le-Shin Wu <les...@gmail.com
> <mailto:les...@gmail.com>> wrote:
> I’ve recently installed a new galaxy server and I found some weird behaviors
> of admin jobs.
> First, a shared history can not be copied as a new history. For example, user
> A shared one of his history with user B. User B can see this shared history
> through “histories shred with me” link, but when user B clicks “copy” of this
> history nothing happened. However, user B can view this history if he clicks
> “view” but if he then clicks “import history”, a new galaxy home page will be
> displayed on the center panel (as shown in the attached screenshot).
> Second, the administer can only delete groups but he can not purge those
> deleted groups. In other words, when the administer clicks the “purge” button
> of a deleted group, nothing will happen on this group. It still shows on the
> table with status as “deleted”
> Third, when installed the “package_fontconfig_2_11_1” through tool shed, the
> status of this package always shows as “installing tool dependencies”. We
> restarted our galaxy server several times but this message never went away
> (it always shows on the “monitor installing repositories” page).
> We really have no idea how to fix these strange behaviors and the web log
> file also don’t have any error message. Any suggestion? Thank you.
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