I have a local Galaxy installation that so far works fine.
I now work with data collections.
I have Illumina data (128 files) in one collection (each file around 20-30 Mb, so not very big).
I now try to run jobs on that collection. For example FastQC.
Now Galaxy behaves strange: When I select the collection as FastQC input and press “Submit”, Galaxy starts to add the jobs into the History while the “Sending…” button is shown at the tool page so, I do not see the green “submitted” page yet.
However, after approx. 60 sec. Galaxy starts to submit the job again (while the “Sending…” button is still showing). The “old” job keeps being processed - it just adds a new one (with of course again 128 entries. After some time (~60sec) it adds it again and so on. This can easily add >10 jobs with over 1000 files from my inital list - that are of course all processed.
This strange behavior only stops at some point when Galaxy displays an error message saying the “the job submission failed” (red box). From then on no “new” jobs are added.
The thing is that even the first job submission was OK - it just needed some time to be processed due to the large number of files.
To me this looks like a timeout error that is triggered because the tool page is at the “sending…” level for to long.
Is there any way how I can increase such a timeout to prevent this “explosion” of jobs?
Many thanks in advance! for any help!