Thanks a lot for your reply! No, I wasn't aware of the reporting
tool; thanks a lot for telling me about it! I did find
Actually, it isn't exactly what I want. I would like users to have an
idea how long the queue is, but I don't think I'd like them to know
who the other users are and what they are running. Perhaps because
it's all work-related, maybe there is no harm, but I guess I need to
think about it (and discuss with management).
I'll set it up and see if it fits our needs -- thanks a lot for your help!
On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 4:42 PM, Hans-Rudolf Hotz <h...@fmi.ch> wrote:
> Hi Ray
> Are you running the reports tool?
> you can inform your user about this page, and then, they can check the "All
> unfinished jobs" page.
> This is probably the easiest way - though you need to consider, that all
> users can see each other jobs (i.e the executed command line) on that extra
> web site
> Regards, Hans-Rudolf
> On 04/15/2016 09:22 AM, Raymond Wan wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I know Galaxy is independent of the underlying queuing system but is
>> it possible to display the status of the queue to users via the Galaxy
>> I understand that the jobs are submitted under the name of the owner
>> of the Galaxy process. And that there is a way to fix this , but I
>> think I'm fine with leaving it as-is. I guess it would be nice if
>> users can see how long the queue is.
>> The naive way that I'm thinking about is to have a cronjob that runs
>> "squeue" (we are using SLURM) periodically. Its output is cleaned up
>> by a script and a "static" HTML file is generated for Galaxy to
>> I don't know if there is a more sensible way that fits within the
>> framework of Galaxy. Is this approach acceptable or is there a better
>> / easier way that I've completely missed?
>> Thank you!
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