Go-Docker is a batch scheduler like SGE, submitting jobs in Docker containers.
With Go-Docker your jobs are isolated in containers with your CPU and memory requirements. You can execute jobs in Docker containers from the Docker hub.
This is a beta-test, and should not use it yet for “production” jobs as it may still experience failures. We would however be glad to get user experience feedbacks on software. All you need is a GenOuest account.
You can request to get your home directory, your omaha-beach directory (/omaha-beach/user-id), as well as /softs and /db in your container.
Official web site: http://www.genouest.org/godocker/index.html
Remember that you have only two weeks left to copy your data from /old-Omaha-beach to /omaha-beach.
After this period, the Panasas hosting the old-Omaha-beach will be decommissioned and sent back to the manufacturer. All the data it contains will be lost.
Currently, only 50% of the data has been transferred.
Remember, copying data is YOUR responsibility.
If you have problems over quota please contact email@example.com
The platform is suffering storage issues, preventing access to part of the storage and job submissions (online or batch). This is a serious problem we are trying to fix as soon as possible. In the meanwhile, our online services are down and should not be used.
A maintenance operation to fix the issue is planned this week that will prevent access to your home directory. We will inform you when status is operational.
If you need to submit numerous job commands via qsub in the cluster, you can use the joborganizer tool.
JobOrganizer is a utility tool we developped to submit a list of commands as jobs, while limiting the number of simultaneous jobs.
This eases the way to submit numerous jobs without queuing everything at one.
It also provides the possibility to add dependencies between the jobs.
JobOrganizer is available at: /softs/local/utils/joborganizer
We are pleased to announce the eleventh edition of ReNaBI-GO meeting. ReNaBI-GO is a federation of core bioinformatics facilities in the West of France. The meeting will take place in Rennes at INRIA/IRISA on November, the 29th.
This year our meeting will focus on the usage of workflows in bioinformatics. A preliminary program and a registration form are available here. Registration to this event is free but mandatory.