Hi Luciano,

The '228Gb' number can take some time to update, but this should be be a most few hours, not an entire day. To remove datasets from a history permanently (and remove them from disk) you will need to do two things:


1 - delete by clicking on the "X" for those datasets
2 - use 'Options -> 'Purge deleted datasets'

Within an individual history, using 'Show Hidden Datasets' is a way to locate datasets similar to "Show Deleted Datasets' (hidden datasets can be produced by workflows). Hidden datasets are often intermediate data that is not needed and could possibly be deleted/purged as well.

For histories, any ever created/imported by your account will be in your 'Saved Histories' list (for now, there is no expiration date). Therese are automatically saved once you are logged in and do not require a special name.

Is isn't clear if you think one is missing or not. Do you think a history was deleted by accident? If so, it can be viewed under "Saved Histories" by using 'Advanced search' with the option 'all'. Histories of status 'delete' can be 'undeleted' and moved back to 'active' status, histories of status 'deleted permanently' cannot be recovered.

This wiki & screencast has more details:
http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Learn/Managing%20Datasets#Delete_vs_Delete_Permanently

Hopefully this helps, but please write back if you need more assistance,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 4/13/12 6:07 AM, Luciano Cosme wrote:
Hi,
  After I uploaded a couple files yesterday, I hit the storage limit
(250Gb), then I deleted 3 datasets from my history and now I can't see
anything in that history. It still says that I am using 228Gb, but I can
only access one history with ~98Gb. I try to use show deleted datasets
and it still not showing. The history that I was using disappeared. When
I use "saved datasets" I only see one history. I was logged as
ento.purch...@gmail.com <mailto:ento.purch...@gmail.com>

Thank you.

Luciano


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