Hi guys,

So I'm trying to take a bioinformatics pipeline we currently run on
our own SGE cluster (which seems to have a lot of customizations ! I'm
finding out) and I want to run it on Amazon using CloudMan.

So I'm trying to figure out what the differences are.  Here are my
questions so far:

We seem to have 8 slots per node.  Do you guys know if the same is
true on CloudMan?  I'm assuming more than one submitted qsub job can
run on one node at one time?

Also is there a way to reserve a certain amount of memory for a job
submitted via qsub, or alternatively to request that the job have
exclusive access to a node so it keeps all the memory available?

Thanks,

Greg
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