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Comment: C: bplapply 1.2.9 (and higher) breaks on Windows x64
... Ok, great, thanks. I have another small thing loosely related to the topic. Currently when I load BiocParallel on a 2 core machine, it ends up with 0 workers which breaks my code if I don't do some additional checking. Wouldn't it make sense to register directly SerialParam when there are less than ...
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Answer: A: bplapply 1.2.9 (and higher) breaks on Windows x64
... When I install cygwin and put it on the path everything works.  Lorenz ...
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Comment: C: bplapply 1.2.9 (and higher) breaks on Windows x64
... Hi Valerie, I get the hang up already on: > cl2 <- makeCluster(2, "SOCK", useRscript=FALSE, outfile=NULL) So I assume it's not a BiocParallel problem, but rather that I have some wrong setup. Do I need to have something like cygwin installed for RSOCKnode.sh to run (sorry, I'm not used to ...
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Comment: C: bplapply 1.2.9 (and higher) breaks on Windows x64
... Morgan, the above mentioned path leads to a local R library directory. On my current setup, there is just the x64 version installed. Find below the session info: > sessionInfo() R version 3.2.1 (2015-06-18) Platform: x86_64-w64-mingw32/x64 (64-bit) Running under: Windows 7 x64 (build 7601) Servi ...
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bplapply 1.2.9 (and higher) breaks on Windows x64
... Hi, There seems to be a problem with bplapply() on Windows in BiocParallel for version 1.2.9 and higher (I tested up to 1.3.41). While the code below works fine on BiocParallel version 1.0.3 it causes the system to hang on newer versions. Can anybody reproduce this problem or else tell me what I go ...
biocparallel written 4.1 years ago by genfys0

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