On Aug 27, 2012, at 8:53 AM, petr wrote:

> We are running galaxy on pbs cluster. In out setting some jobs can take
> several weeks to finish and it is virtually impossible to wait for suitable
> moment when server can be restarted or turn down without interrupting
> running tasks. Is there an option on server setting which will enable jobs
> which were interrupted because of the server maintenance to run again after
> the cluster is back on?
> best regards.
> Petr

Hi Petr,

Galaxy automatically picks up jobs that were running via PBS when it's 
restarted.  Only local jobs can't be recovered after a restart.  Is this not 
working properly in your environment?

--nate

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