> On 12-05-03 9:51 AM, "Peter Cock" <p.j.a.c...@googlemail.com> wrote:
>>Hello all,
>>Currently the Galaxy experimental task splitting code allows splitting
>>into N chunks, e.g. 8 parts, ...
>>Or, into chunks of at most size N (units dependent on the file type, e.g.
>>lines in a tabular file or number of sequences in FASTA/FASTQ), e.g.
>>at most 1000 sequences:
>>I would prefer to be able to set both sizes - in this case tell Galaxy to
>>try to use at least 8 parts, each of at most 1000 sequences. ...
>>Does this sound sufficiently general? The split code is still rather
>>experimental so I don't expect breaking the API to be a big issue
>>(not many people are using it).

On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 6:01 PM, Paul Gordon <gord...@ucalgary.ca> wrote:
> +1.  This is especially useful for us, with hardware-accelerated
> algorithms having limits on input size.

I've got this working with FASTA files on our Galaxy at the moment,
and touch-wood it is behaving nicely. The code doesn't yet handle
splitting other input file formats, which would be required before
applying this to the trunk - but some feedback on if the Galaxy
team are keen on this direction or not would be appreciated:

(I'll have to sort out the branches since this is now mixed up
with BLAST database work... but that is an aside).

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