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Nicola Nadeau wrote:
> I've been getting the same error when trying to run Picard, Mark
> Duplicat Reads. Maybe Galaxy is having memory issues?
> On 27/06/2011 13:09, Laura Elizabeth Spoor wrote:
> >Is anyone else having trouble uploading FASTA files to the Galaxy server?
> >I thought it was my files at first, but I have since tried to upload
> >other FASTA files that I have previously had no trouble uploading and I
> >get the same error reported in the info section when I click on the pen
> >Unable to queue job for execution. Resubmitting the job may succeed.
> >(Unfortunately re-submitting the job does not succeed!).
> >The file is 50 MB in size.
> >Any help is greatly appreciated as I am unable to progress my work until
> >this problem is corrected.
> >Best Wishes,
> Dr Nicola Nadeau
> Butterfly Genetics Group
> Department of Zoology
> University of Cambridge
> Downing Street
> Cambridge, CB2 3EJ
> Phone: 01223 336644
> Email: nj...@cam.ac.uk
> Web: http://heliconius.zoo.cam.ac.uk/2009/nicola-nadeau/
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