Please, take a look!
Derek Lowe has blogged about our recent paper
and there are some nice comments from the community.
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My docking job (90203, set12) has been in the queue for almost 7 days.
Many jobs upload behind me were finished.
Should I cancel job and reload or just wait.
New one here.
We cleaned up the disk, and jobs (by the hundreds) have been going through as usual. If I have forgotten you, please write me and remind me and I will try to respond.
Dear website docking fans:
Our disks filled up while I was doing something else. We are working to clear enough space to get things running again.
More news in 24 hrs.
Thanks for your patience.
I am sorry for being so slow. The jobs have been stuck in the queue since May 8th. I just released them a minute ago. The queue had gotten stuck. In fact the job actually ran, it just didn't update in the interface. Embarrassing.
I am sorry for being in attentive. And for not responding to your emails more promptly.
Your job _should_ be now where you left it. If it is not, please
a. run it again
b. wait 24 hours
c. if not done, email me and I promise to be a better correspondent.
It seems I only write here when things go wrong. Anyway, we had a small outage this evening (Weds May 20). ZINC is back up as of 8pm in San Francisco. We think we were down for a couple of hours.
Thanks to Magdalena and Matt for their help!
Hi - We've had a small outage in the DOCK Blaster queue. This means that some jobs did not run properly. If you had a job active in the last couple of days that did not run correctly please re-submit it. We just fixed the problem (one rogue computer on the cluster) a few minutes ago.