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Old 12-31-2017, 04:55 AM   #1
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Default interproscan last forever

Dear community,
i am using interproscan to find the domains within my proteins. i ran the software without any error message. However, the job seems to last forever although my input file only contains 40 proteins. After using the command:


java -Xmx40048M -jar interproscan-5.jar -i biofilmGenes_prot.fasta -u /home/salvo/interproscan-5.27-66.0/ -d biofilmProteins -cpu 4


i get the following output:
21/12/2017 11:35:23:424 Welcome to InterProScan-5.27-66.0
21/12/2017 11:35:29:946 Running InterProScan v5 in STANDALONE mode... on Linux
21/12/2017 11:35:49:769 Loading file /home/salvo/interproscan-5.27-66.0//biofilmGenes_prot.fasta
21/12/2017 11:35:49:771 Running the following analyses:
Available matches will be retrieved from the pre-calculated match lookup service.

Matches for any sequences that are not represented in the lookup service will be calculated locally.
21/12/2017 11:36:46:215 25% completed
21/12/2017 11:37:23:091 50% completed
21/12/2017 11:38:26:331 77% completed

the software is still running after almost 10 days. have I done something wrong?

thanks for your support
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