I'd like to use Galaxy for my cluster pipelines. It should make it easier for less tech savy team members to run pipelines.
It looks like Galaxy starts ALL processes inside of a python wrapper (when running
top I see python instead of bwa). Will this be a speed issue? Speed is important for me, and I need to use all (many) threads effectively.
Why oh why does Galaxy start things in python wrappers? Will this hurt my speed?
I'm currently doing tests myself and have searched for this question. I apologize if I missed the answer. I also know that Galaxy duplicates intermediate data, but HDD reads aren't a bottleneck for me so this is no problem and I'll automate the deletions later. This question is CPU targeted.