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Comment: C: Trying to hack OMA to do specific All-v-All searches
... Hi Adrian, Thanks - that worked. For whatever reason, I couldn't understand how this works from the documentation. Jason ...
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Comment: C: Trying to hack OMA to do specific All-v-All searches
... Hi Christophe, Thanks for your reply. The HPC environment at my university uses HTCondor (https://research.cs.wisc.edu/htcondor/), so I'm not sure if the job array functionality will work with OMA. From reading your link, I'm not sure I understand how the different OMA jobs in arrays submitted by s ...
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Answer: A: Trying to hack OMA to do specific All-v-All searches
... OK, I managed to figure it out. In case this information is useful to anyone else, I'll leave it here. If you set "AlignBatchSize" large enough, then only one file will be created per directory, called "part_1-1.gz". The size you should set AlignBatchSize to achieve this result is equal to the possi ...
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Trying to hack OMA to do specific All-v-All searches
... Hi Everyone, I'm trying to run OMA 2.2.0 on my university's HPC environment. They have a shared gluster file system and have told me that they don't want users to run jobs that write directly to this system. Instead they want me to run jobs that write their output to each compute node's local files ...
orthologs oma written 4 months ago by jason.kwan0 • updated 4 months ago by Christophe Dessimoz500

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