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Comment: C: DESeq(): Forking of R Process even though parallel=FALSE
... I'll make sure to test all this on the updated packages and come back to the thread when its done. Thank you very much for your suggestions and time :)   ...
written 2.2 years ago by frank.staemmler0
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Comment: C: DESeq(): Forking of R Process even though parallel=FALSE
... Eventhough I made sure to run this minimal example from above in a clean R session, I reran the case i reported with FALSE instead of F and also with register on SerialParam(): register(SerialParam(),default=TRUE) dds<-DESeq(ddsSE,parallel=FALSE) Still htop shows multiple threads on the exec/R ...
written 2.2 years ago by frank.staemmler0
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Comment: C: DESeq(): Forking of R Process even though parallel=FALSE
... Actually in my first test I didn't used register() only later to make sure i wont eat up all resources on our computing server. Is register called by default maybe? If i call the airway example with parallel=F and without registering upfront, it will allocate anyway, as if I called register. So it s ...
written 2.2 years ago by frank.staemmler0
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DESeq(): Forking of R Process even though parallel=FALSE
... Dear DESeq2 Development Team, In the last days I realized that the DESeq() function seems to create multiple threads for the R process. I thought this might be dependent on the parameter flag "parallel" and its setting, but it still continues to do this while parallel = FALSE. Even though this is n ...
deseq2 biocparallel written 2.2 years ago by frank.staemmler0 • updated 2.2 years ago by Michael Love20k

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