[BioC] Installing Bioconductor on a Rocks Cluster
sfalcon at fhcrc.org
Tue Dec 27 18:11:14 CET 2005
On 23 Dec 2005, danield at igb.uiuc.edu wrote:
> I manage a rocks cluster and I was wondering how anyone has gone
> about installing bioconductor on a cluster.
I don't know what a rocks cluster is. We have a "cluster" of servers
that use NFS to share a filesystem. This is one way to install
Bioconductor on a cluster.
> My concern is that the slave nodes re-image themselves on a reboot,
> so that would mean a re-install every time and I do not have an RPM
> for Redhat like stuff.
I'm not sure I understand what you are trying to achieve. Perhaps you
want to create an image for the slave nodes that includes R and Bioc
packages? You might be interested in quantian
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