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UGENE video tutorial #6: Running remote MUSCLE task (Read 6853 times)
Mar 2nd, 2010 at 10:01pm

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UGENE provides a way of performing distributed computing. It's implemented with remote task mechanism. You can perform a task on a machine that runs UGENE and are available from local network or in the Internet.

 
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Reply #1 - Jan 11th, 2011 at 2:14pm

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Alexey Filippenko wrote on Mar 2nd, 2010 at 10:01pm:
UGENE provides a way of performing distributed computing. It's implemented with remote task mechanism. You can perform a task on a machine that runs UGENE and are available from local network or in the Internet.



How to setup a remote machine to run muscle that ugene recognize?

 
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Reply #2 - Jan 19th, 2011 at 2:19pm

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This is hard question because it has a long history.

First, UGENE v1 is an experimental version in it's API, so remote tasks runner was rewritten several times and now looks different from what is shown in this video.

A year ago UGENE run the server internally and was able to connect to any other UGENE instance and run tasks.

Today (v1.9) a dedicated service is used to run remote tasks, not UGENE. The protocol was also changed a lot - now every remote task is wrapped as Workflow Designer scheme.

We have test server you can use freely to run remote tasks: http://ugene-service.com. This service is run in Amazon EC2 environment.

The source code and API will be stabilized and released only in UGENE v2.0 branch. Today you should always use the latest UGENE v1.x version to run tasks on http://ugene-service.com

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