Hi Richard,

The public Main Galaxy server has been very busy lately. To let you know, the size of the job will not determine when a job will start, only the time it was started/queued with respect to other user's jobs also queued and in less common circumstances the specific type of job (that requires a particular cluster node type - this was not the case for your job). How long a job executes (will be in the "yellow" running state) is related to the size of the inputs, the type of job, and parameters.

I see that these have now failed with a cluster error - please re-run the failed jobs one more time. If you continue to have problems, please submit one of the error datasets as a bug report, leaving all inputs/outputs undeleted.
http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Support#Reporting_tool_errors

Very sorry that this was causing confusion. And thanks Peter for the help!

Jen
Galaxy team

On 5/9/13 4:27 AM, Casey,Richard wrote:
Hi,

We have two Filter FASTQ jobs running on the Galaxy public server.  Both jobs 
have been running for more than four days.  This seems like an excessive amount 
of runtime.  Do Filter FASTQ jobs normally take this long to run?


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Richard


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