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    @Genomax

    Thanks for replying. Its a single server and no nodes have been made (I guess it should have installed with SGE (Sun Grid Engine)).

    I am using the legacy version blastall and using blastp program.

    Now if you please can tell me how to make virtual disk? Or any link or nice tutorial to do so..


    Thanks

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    • #17
      Originally posted by vinaydu View Post
      @Genomax

      Thanks for replying. Its a single server and no nodes have been made (I guess it should have installed with SGE (Sun Grid Engine)).

      I am using the legacy version blastall and using blastp program.

      Now if you please can tell me how to make virtual disk? Or any link or nice tutorial to do so..


      Thanks
      If this is a single server you are not going to gain much by using SGE. There are no physical nodes to distribute the jobs across.

      You are using legacy blastall but is that from a new release of blast package (currently at v.2.2.29) i.e. being run via legacy_blast.pl?

      Exact process for creating a RAM disk using tmpfs will vary with the specific flavor of unix. Here is an example for Fedora 17: http://superuser.com/questions/51600...disk-fedora-17

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