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Old 08-24-2010, 09:22 AM   #9
simonandrews
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The standard SeqMonk install assumes a 32-bit machine with 2GB RAM. You can configure it to use more than this, but for modestly sized experiments (up to 10 lanes or so) this shouldn't be necessary. The software is designed to run on desktop machines - I wouldn't see much advantage to installing it on a node of a cluster.
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