to Whom it may concern,
I would like to upload in the Zinc Database the EDASA Compounds - in total are more than 22000 molecule.
Could you be as kind as to advise how I should proceed and who I should contact?
Dear endlessly patient DOCK Blaster users:
We've discovered two different problems over the long weekend that were leading to job failures. To be brief, one was due to a license expiry that we thought was valid for another year, and the other was due to the queue being filled up, and as a consequence, jobs were failing due to over-commitment / incorrect allocation of resources.
We are working on it. Stand by.
Dear DOCK Blaster users
Due to very high demand, the DOCK Blaster queue had 750 "tasks" in the queue today, and in particular, 75 preliminary docking requests that had not been run, some from as long ago as two weeks.
I regret our failure to anticipate demand and to process these requests in a timely manner.
I have started to clear the backlog, which I hope will reduce if not clear out completely in the next day or two. I will also make changes so that this does not happen again.
We released a new version of the DOCK 3.6 website. This is the code we use, and the code behind DOCK Blaster. This sub-release (3.6.8) is probably the last in the 3.6 series. We are in transition to a new database format, which is planned for the 3.7 release. FYI.
Dear ZINC Fans
We have been updating ZINC. Here are the recent updates:
lead-like, 5.7M, today
shards, 55K, Oct 15
frag-like, 636K, Oct 15
leads-now, 2M, Oct 15
frags-now, 440K, Oct 12
We have also updated many catalogs, too numerous to list here. You can see the last updated date for each catalog here: http://zinc.docking.org/browse/catalogs/all then click on "last updated" twice to sort.
Half a dozen other subset updates are in progress, and will be announced later in October.
So, first, sorry to everyone who has been having trouble with DOCK Blaster over the past 2-3 weeks. We have been doing some long-overdue maintenance, and to make this omelet we had to break quite a few eggs.
The good news is that our server is now set up so that we should not need to break DOCK Blaster nearly as often or for as long in the future (famous last words). Although there are not a lot of *visible* changes, substantial changes behind the scenes will enable new developments going forward.
ChemAxon is presenting a one day Tech Talk in South San Francisco on November 2nd (less than 2 weeks!)
There will several interesting talks, plus talks on SEA and ZINC.
It is free!
Dear DOCK Blaster fans
We've had some issues again, last 24 hours. DOCK Blaster is back up and running.
We are doing some major code upgrades / clean up. We are probably going to break it again. Please be patient. When complete, it will be better and more stable.
DOCK Blaster is working again, after frittering the weekend away. Please re-submit any jobs you may have had trouble with.
We would like to announce that we hope to work on DOCK Blaster during October, and fix a number of the issues that you have brought to our attention.