>From the log, it looks like your cluster is trying to restart from an existing 
>instance and failing.  This happens (by design) when you use the same cluster 
>name.  Can you send me the galaxy log to see where the failure might be 
>happening?  This is available at:

http://<your_ec2_instance>/cloud/root/service_log?service_name=Galaxy&show=all

Additionally, when you go directly to your instance (remove /cloud from the 
url, so it's just http://<your_ec2_instance>/), what do you see?

-Dannon


On Jun 13, 2012, at 5:47 PM, Lilach Friedman wrote:

> Hi,
> Can somebody please help me?
> I'm trying for hours to connect to Galaxy on Amazon EC2. I did everything 
> according the instructions, but did not succeed.
> The "Access Galaxy" button in the instance remains grey out.
> I copied the screen print and the log to the attached file.
> Can anyone help me please?
> 
> and another questions: I want to use it to analyze MiSeq results (to align to 
> the human genome). 100 Gb EBS and a large machine are enough? too much?
> 
> Many thanks,
>    Lilach.
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