I'm using Galaxy on a ROCKS cluster.  I installed Galaxy on the headnode.
 I'm using PBS instead of SGE though.  It shouldn't make a difference.

I haven't thought about deploying Galaxy as a Roll if that's what you are
referring to.  Only because Galaxy doesn't need to run on all the nodes, it
only needs a web server.  You could make a roll and deploy it on the head
node only, but that just seems to be more work than necessary.  Its not be
a bad idea if the roll is pre-configured and includes all the production
tweaks...would have saved me 2-3 weeks of work, potentially.  But now that
its installed, I'm not going to go back and build a roll out of it.


On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 10:13 PM, Derrick LIN <klin...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> Is there anyone has actually setup galaxy on a Rocks based cluster?
>
> I know that galaxy should be hosted on a submission host so that it can
> submit jobs to the cluster.
>
> Rocks provides preconfigured DRM such as SGE, so I start thinking if
> galaxy host should be deployed and managed by Rocks (e.g. as a Login
> Appliance in Rocks' term).
>
> Sorry if this is not a pure galaxy issue, but I guess people in here will
> be more appropriate to answer this.
>
> Regards,
> Derrick
>
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