[ensembl-dev] Running RunTranscriptXRefs on Multiple CPUs

Nathan Johnson njohnson at ebi.ac.uk
Wed Sep 15 10:38:03 BST 2010

The default behaviour of RunTranscriptXrefs has always been to submit jobs to a compute farm via LSF.  I recall that you wanted to disable this function as you originally had issues with running via LSF.  Are you sure you aren't specifying the -local option?


On 14 Sep 2010, at 09:28, Oliver, Gavin wrote:

> Hi All,
> I noticed in the latest version of the EFG code that it seems to be moving towards enabling the RunTranscriptXRefs stage of the array annotation to be run on multiple CPUs via LSF.
> Does anyone know when this will be fully implemented?
> I am currently running the process for 6 arrays and it has only 1% completed in the past 18 hours!
> Best,
> Gavin
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