Are you still experiencing problems? There may have been short delays if
the server was very busy, but jobs normally start within 24 hrs even on
the busiest days, and today jobs would have been expected to move
through much quicker than that.
To let you know, 'grey' colored datasets indicate that a job in the
queue, waiting to run. It is important to leave these jobs as they are
and to not delete and restart them. You want to preserve your place in
the queue. If you quit and restart, this only moves the newly started
job to the end of the queue. This can make it appear as if your turn
will never come, if done repeatedly.
Hopefully your jobs have started by now or this information helps
explain how the job queue process works,
On 9/27/12 5:30 AM, dedr...@pitt.edu wrote:
I am using Galaxy main and my jobs aren't running. They are still grey
colored, indicating that they haven't started. I used Galaxy main
yesterday just fine. Is something wrong with the server?
I tried re-running the jobs, still no progress.
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