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Old 01-18-2016, 12:41 AM   #1
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Default Terrible Read2 - stop the run? Will fastq-files be generated?

I restarted a failed run using the recipe here

Read1 has good quality; the index read is good, but Read2 (currently in progress) is terrible, so I fear the run will soon end with an error. If I press "Stop", will the software proceed to generate fastq-files from the completed cycles?
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Even if the run stop with error, you should be able to generate fastq file.

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https://my.illumina.com/MyIllumina/B...n-in-miseq-rep
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Even if the run stop with error, you should be able to generate fastq file.

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https://my.illumina.com/MyIllumina/B...n-in-miseq-rep
Thanks. In the end the run completed without errors.
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