Hi Mónica,

This is an elusive, rare bug that has come up just a few times in the past. We will work with you about this on the bug report thread submitted about the same issue on the private galaxy-bugs mailing list.


We do appreciate your sending in the example. It is difficult to reproduce and the new example is very helpful,

Thanks!

Jen
Galaxy team

On 3/8/12 7:13 AM, Mónica Pérez Alegre wrote:
Hi

I´m this problema when I Try to use Intersect uintervals tools:

Info: Skipped 6 invalid lines of 1st dataset, 1st line #1258: "chr9
357415 360396 ORF - YIR002C MPH1 S000001441 Active Verified 2982
", problem: 536870912 is larger than the size of this BitSet (536870912).

Some idea?

Thanks

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