Hi,

I'm not sure to understand ... I was but not now anymore :P

When you find \${GALAXY_SLOTS:-4} in a wrapper, and if you haven't set a tool_runner (-pe thread 8) for this tool, by default it will use 4 splots ! No ?

Is there a global GALAXY_SLOTS variable ?

Thanks

Gildas


Le 17/10/2014 02:03, Björn Grüning a écrit :
Hi Wolfgang,

\${GALAXY_SLOTS:-4} in this case will default to 4 if you have not
configured it in job_conf.xml. Otherwise yes, it will be 1.

Ciao,
Bjoern

Am 17.10.2014 um 00:05 schrieb Wolfgang Maier:
Hi,

this is just to make sure: the GALAXY_SLOTS environmental variable set
by Galaxy when running tools will always be a number >= 1 with 1 being
the default if nothing else is configured in the job runner settings ?

Correct ?

Thanks,
Wolfgang

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