|Bracing against the wind|
Thursday, December 13, 2012
One simple way to bump up efficiency is to simple compare the command lines. If a command line references, say, a mouse transcriptome version 61, it can be scheduled on the same machine as other commands which reference the same file.
And easy, though not completely correct, way to do this is to take the %identity * %coverage if a SW alignment of a command-line to the active-running command lines. A bit of slurping of shell scripts might be in order, depending on the scheduler you use.
Regardless, whichever has the maximum number is more likely to benefit from cache sharing.
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