There's definitely a bit of out of date info on Torque integration. Here's what
I've done most recently.
Which version do you have? Try:
rpm -qi torque
Name : torque Relocations: /usr
Version : 6.0.2 Vendor: redhat
Release : 1.adaptive.el6 Build Date: Mon 05 Dec 2016
09:33:30 PM EST
~ If that doesn't work, do: ~
Where are your Torque libraries?
libtorque.so.2 => /usr/lib64/libtorque.so.2 (0x00007f58b8f18000)
~ or ~
rpm -ql torque | grep "\.so"
rpm -ql torque-drmaa | grep "\.so"
Use the information gained above to set your environment to point to the right
I think the libdrmaa.so is working ok now for Torque 6, so I'll use it instead
of getting another libdrmaa.
This will be a lot easier on you if you are using a virtualenv for Galaxy. This
is the default behavior on recent Galaxy builds. To use, make sure your above
environment variables are set, and then do:
pip install drmaa-python
Now give Galaxy a kick and see if it works!
From: "Yip, Miu ki" <m...@cshl.edu<mailto:m...@cshl.edu>>
Date: Monday, February 27, 2017 at 12:26 PM
Subject: [galaxy-dev] Galaxy and Torque
Is Torque still supported as a resource manager?
This page ( https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Admin/Config/Performance/Cluster )
mentioned the usage of Torque and how to set it up. However, the setup
instructions refer to a /script/scramble.py file which I assume interfaces with
eggs. If I recall correctly, eggs were upgraded to wheels. Does this mean there
are upgraded scripts in place of scramble.py and the eggs.ini?
I saw this page ( https://biostar.usegalaxy.org/p/20470/ ) and it looks like
nobody has a solution to this.
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