[ensembl-dev] VEP Plugin subroutine once finished

Healy, Matthew Matthew.Healy at bms.com
Thu May 28 12:39:29 BST 2015

I think you want:
Mouse Lemur
Microcebus murinus?





From: dev-bounces at ensembl.org <dev-bounces at ensembl.org> on behalf of ??? <xiatou_zhou at hotmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [ensembl-dev] VEP Plugin subroutine once finished

Hi, ensembl team,
I am a new user of ensembl. I am looking for blast/blat for LEMUR, but  I couldn't find lemur in the species option. Does ensembl supports blast/blat for lemur?

Thank you

Estelle Chow (Yishu Zhou)

? 2015?5?28?,??6:23,"Konrad Karczewski" <konradk at broadinstitute.org<mailto:konradk at broadinstitute.org>> ??:

Hi VEP/Ensembl team,

At the moment, there exist subroutines to run something when the plugin is instantiated, and then for each annotation, but is there a way to run something once the job has finished? I'm using LOFTEE with MySQL now and DBD sometimes leaves connections open, which is leading to MySQL blocking. I'd love a way to run $db->disconnect() once it's all done. Would it be possible to get something like this into the BaseVepPlugin class? A simple optional subroutine that runs once when VEP finishes would be awesome to have.

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