Hi Irene,

If your question is about the public Main Galaxy server, then the current quota is one account per user, 250G per account. http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Main (see #2). The numbers in the UI will update in a few minutes up to a few hours, it just depends on the load. Going to User -> Preferences will show your current usage vs. quota allotment.


Within a history, use Options (gear icon) -> Show Hidden Datasets or Show Deleted Datasets to check for those that are deleted, but not Permanently deleted (aka Purged).

To view your accounts contents across all histories, showing size and status, use Options (gear icon) -> Saved Histories, then Advanced Search -> status: all.

Permanently deleted/Purged data are what do not count in a quota.

This wiki has more help/details, including a screencast that walks through how to check where data in an account may be: http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Learn/Managing%20Datasets#Delete_vs_Delete_Permanently

If you still have questions or unaccounted for data after several hours on the public Main server, please let us know,

Jen
Galaxy team


On 7/16/12 1:12 PM, Irene Bassano wrote:
Hi,
I deleted  several jobs from my history (and purged history as well), however 
the used space on history hasn't changed.
What is the limit of Gb that can e stored?Can this be updated when files are 
deleted permanently?

Thanks,
ib
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