User: Mndoci

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Principal Product Manager for Amazon EC2. All round geek.

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Comment: C: Why Should I Use Galaxy ?
... Lynx was my browser of choice (well there really wasn't a choice) for years ...
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Comment: C: Hardware Benchmarking Tasks For A High-Performance Bioinformatics Cluster
... Added links to various benchmarks ...
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Answer: A: Hardware Benchmarking Tasks For A High-Performance Bioinformatics Cluster
... IO, IO, IO. The list by Zev is good, but at the very least run Fio [1] and and network tests (ping pong, single flow, etc) Also, make sure you run STREAM [2]. You want to test memory bandwidth. You could run HPCC [3], which has a number of different types of benchmark http://www.cs.virginia.ed ...
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Comment: C: Building A Webpage For Accessing Rna-Seq Expression Data
... If this is going to be a resource, I would recommend that in the long term you think about dedicated software resources (the resource could be yourself). A resource is a lot more than Javascript and you need to think about things like user authentication, data management, other policies as well. ...
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Comment: C: Building A Webpage For Accessing Rna-Seq Expression Data
... MySQL is a poor choice to store images. You could store references to the images in there, but images are better stored in an object store and you should cache the images if possible (as recommended). Agree that if image generation is fast, you should create on the fly, but if you get traffic, tha ...
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Comment: C: Building A Webpage For Accessing Rna-Seq Expression Data
... Is this for a hobby project or are you planning to build a resource? ...
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Comment: C: Best Hardware Solution For Medium-Size Bioinformatics Lab [15-20 Computers]
... Yes, and you should expect it to. The point is if it's a cheaper box, you just fail away, cause it's easier, and more manageable to have a failover scenario. If it's an expensive box, you are less likely to have a failover scenario. And what happens when the expensive box becomes too small (let's ...
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Comment: C: Best Hardware Solution For Medium-Size Bioinformatics Lab [15-20 Computers]
... What is the goal of the desktops? What kind of applications will you be training them on? ...
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Comment: C: Best Hardware Solution For Medium-Size Bioinformatics Lab [15-20 Computers]
... +1000000 for "RAID is not backup". The only reliable form of backup is physical replication and storage across physical facilities (something like tape works but ideally not in the same facility) ...
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Comment: C: Best Hardware Solution For Medium-Size Bioinformatics Lab [15-20 Computers]
... The one challenge with this. Everything breaks all the time and one big server is a single point of failure (it's why I hate vertical scaling. The more expensive the box, the less happy you are when it goes down). Maybe not a problem in this scenario, but something to remember. ...
written 5.5 years ago by Mndoci1.2k

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