[Bioclusters] topbiocluster.org

Brodie, Kent brodie at mcw.edu
Fri Jun 24 11:06:51 EDT 2005

Taking into account the whole pipeline (including networked I/O,
formatdb, etc) is both a great idea and will give much more realistic

I also think that a collection of data would be a catalyst for great
future discussions and questions, e..g, "how the heck did you get your
formatdb to run so fast on the 20K data?", the responses would then give
the rest of us who may be a bit behind in these things great insight and

I'd be VERY interested to see if anyone has results from using cluster
filesystems, for example.....

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> From: bioclusters-bounces+brodie=mcw.edu at bioinformatics.org
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> Of James Cuff
> Sent: Friday, June 24, 2005 9:46 AM
> To: Tim Cutts
> Cc: Clustering, compute farming & distributed computing in life
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> Subject: Re: [Bioclusters] topbiocluster.org

........ massively long but good posting removed for brevity's sake..

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