Update: The usegalaxy.org server now has a status banner for the impacted tools. When that clears or updates, then tools not listed will run again.
Certain large memory tools are not functioning due to issues with the Bridges supercomputer at PSC. Affected tools include Trinity, SPAdes, Unicycler, and RNA STAR.
The problem is still being resolved, so using usegalaxy.eu is a good idea for now.
And yes, accounts are distinct between these two servers (and most public Galaxy servers). There are some domain-specific sub-servers where the same account is used across all, but you’ll be able to tell by the server’s URL.
Example: covid19.usegalaxy.eu is a subdomain server of usegalaxy.eu and your account at both would be the same, but different from your account at usegalaxy.org. Accounts at any usegalaxy.eu or usegalaxy.org servers (including subdomain servers) are distinct from any account at usegalaxy.org.au.
How to move data around between Galaxy servers by URL (avoiding local download/upload) https://galaxyproject.org/support/#data-options
Datasets can be copied directly between servers. Capture the link from the disc icon in the “from” dataset then paste that into the Upload tool at the “to” server. The data will load into the active history. If you have many datasets, copy the URLs into some text editor scratch space, then paste all in at the same time and the data will load in batch.
Histories can be exported as an archive at the “from” server (history menu option) then loaded by URL at the “to” server (User > Histories > Import). Be aware that very large histories will take some time to create an archive from, and then more time load at the other server. To reduce an original history’s size, copy just the datasets you need into a new history, then archive/transfer that.
Workflows can also be transferred between servers by URL (Workflow view for both). Generate a share link for the workflow on the “from” server and paste that URL into the “to” server (Workflow > Import). Note that different public Galaxy servers host different tools/versions – so be sure to open, review, and update any workflows as needed before running them.