Does anyone know how to check whether the Galaxy server(s) load is really high?
My alignments, only 200,000 paired end reads seemed to be taking a long time. I
read through the archives, and the answers were that 1) alignments take a
while and that the server load really affects the turnaround time, and 2) But
then again, it could also be your data & settings.
I could not find how users could check whether the server load is really heavy,
especially for alignments. I also suspect it could have been be my query being
incorrectly set up because when the alignment finally did come back, the ~1%
control DNA did not align correctly.
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