Hello,

The public Main Galaxy has been very slow recently, but you should being seeing performance improvement by now. Allow jobs to run for the best results.
http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Support#Dataset_status_and_how_jobs_execute

Our apologies for the inconvenience,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 8/2/13 6:34 AM, Theresa Stueve wrote:


    Greetings, I am using Galaxy Main
    On 8/1/2013, and after 'trimming sequences' on my 'FASTQ groomed'
    data, I attempted to align my (single-end) 'trimmed sequences'
    output data to 'hg19 Canonical male' with 'Map with Bowtie for
    Illumina'

    It is now 8/2/2013, and the  'Map with Bowtie for Illumina' job
    has been 'waiting to run' all night, over night. I have 're-newed'
    the history several times, but have not deleted or re-run the job
    for fear of losing my place in the queue. Can you tell me if the
    delay is because I've done something incorrectly?
    https://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/u/theresa-stueve/h/1stunsupctcfupload

--
(Theresa) Ryan Stueve
Department of Preventive Medicine
USC


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