Patrick Kenneth Gonzales wrote:
> Hi, I am currently using 636gb of storage and would like to reduce it. I have 
> deleted (from disk) most of the datasets in my history. All I've kept are the 
> Bam files which are around 2.7gb each . Unfortunately, the "size on Disk" 
> reads 448.5gb in my saved histories window. It is my understanding that 
> permanently deleted datasets are not considered in quotas. Also, I don't  
> have any copies of these datasets. Where is the 448.5gb of data coming from 
> and how can I get rid of the phantom gb's while keeping the bam files?

Hi Patrick,

Could you provide me with your Galaxy email address off-list?  It
doesn't appear to be the one you sent this email from.  I'll take a look
to make sure Galaxy is correctly calculating your disk usage.

If it's correct, have a look at your saved histories, click "Advanced
Search" and then "deleted", it's possible that the extra data is here.

Thanks,
--nate

> Thanks, Patrick
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