Hi Carlos,

We're running Galaxy on CentOS 6.6, so that in itself shouldn't be a
problem. Most of the effort was sorting out shared storage with the
cluster, which in our case is managed with SGE (fairly commonly
used with Galaxy).

In reply to your thread last month David Trudgian said he was using
Bright Cluster Manager:




On Tue, May 5, 2015 at 2:51 AM, Carlos Lijeron <clije...@hunter.cuny.edu> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> We are soon acquiring our cluster which has CentOS on the master node along
> with Bright Cluster Manager and workload manager.   We are wondering if
> there is a guideline on how to install and support Galaxy on CentOS.  Does
> anyone have any info on this?
> Thanks !
> Carlos.
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