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Peppe
Hi,
I uploaded some file that resulted to be too big and my history showed that that was not more space available. Now I deleted few file, and  I should have 80 GB available, but my history shows still that I have no more space available for analysis. Can anyone from the Galaxy team check this for me?

Giuseppe 


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Jen Hillman-Jackson
Hello Giuseppe,

Please try two things:

1. At the top of the history panel is a small double arrow "refresh" icon. Click this to see if it updates the view. If not, click on the very top "Galaxy" masthead icon. This should not be necessary any longer, but try it anyway.

2. Double check that the dataset or datasets were permanently deleted, not just deleted. Using the history menu choose "Include Deleted Datasets". The description in the deleted datasets will either note that they are permanently deleted or if you need to do another step (a link is provided).

3. The history menu also has an option to "Purge Deleted Datasets" all in one go - but be very certain before using this. Any dataset that has status deleted will be permanently deleted and no longer recoverable. A dataset that is just in "deleted" status can be either recovered or permanently deleted. This is a two step process to help users avoid mistakes - the change is forever.

More about delete vs perm delete is in our wiki here:
https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Learn/ManagingDatasets#Delete_vs_Delete_Permanently

Thanks!

Jen
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On 6/2/14 8:54 AM, Ianiri, Giuseppe wrote:
Hi,
I uploaded some file that resulted to be too big and my history showed that that was not more space available. Now I deleted few file, and  I should have 80 GB available, but my history shows still that I have no more space available for analysis. Can anyone from the Galaxy team check this for me?

Giuseppe 



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