Hi Elwood,

As I emailed to your direct question, we are looking at your bug reports in detail and will get back to you there. Thanks for submitting the problems that way.


For anyone else reading, if you find problems right now on the upgraded server, we are most definitely interested in learning about them. Please submit bug reports for anything odd, even if it seems small, and put in the comments additional observations if you have time.

We appreciate the feedback, and your patience, as always!

Jen
Galaxy team

On 10/9/13 1:04 PM, Elwood Linney wrote:

Hello, I have been waiting a few weeks to process some RNA seq datasets but woke up this morning with lots of steps red. I thought it just might be because of the movement of the system but I processed steps for some histories and everything has turned red.

I also noticed that online Galaxy now has RNAseq steps separated into two sections--does this have something to do with the problems?

el linney
Duke University Medical Center


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