Cloudman not starting

#1

I rebooted my VM (VSpringthorpe) at Birmingham due to being unable to restart Galaxy, but now Cloudman is also not starting. I just get a page saying

“There is no application service running on this host yet”

I would like to terminate it and start fresh but new instances are disabled. Can this be fixed? Thanks!

#2

Hi.
It looks like you’re filled up all available space on the VM and this was preventing Galaxy from starting up.
I’ve removed older log files which reclaimed a tiny bit of space and Galaxy is now running.
Before you run anything, you should either delete the old data or create a volume and attach a new volume to your instance and move the files there.

Radoslaw

#3

Thanks, almost solved! I’ve mounted larger volumes to /mnt/galaxy/tmp and /mnt/galaxy/files

Now I think all I need to do is restart the Galaxy server, but I cant access the cloudman (/cloud/root/admin) page. The login popup just repeatedly pops up. I know I’m using the correct ubuntu username and cluster password, I used the same one to login with ssh.

#4

Hi,

If the space issue is resolved then you can reboot the instance via Bryn to restart Galaxy.

Sion

#5

Hi,
Thanks for the suggestion, but after restarting my volumes are unmounted again. I need to restart Galaxy after mounting otherwise the boot drive still gets filled up when I try to add data. The problem is I can’t access CloudMan to restart Galaxy :smiley:

I was following this thread to add more storage to Galaxy

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#7

Hi,

I would suggest that you move your non-critical working files to the volume (or remove them) in order to be able to access CloudMan/Galaxy.