Commit c8cb331d authored by ens-lg4's avatar ens-lg4
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......@@ -31,19 +31,18 @@ PipeConfig file defines Analyses and dependency rules of the pipeline
Hive pipeline databases are molded according to PipeConfig files which are Perl modules conforming to a special interface.
A PipeConfig file defines the stucture of the pipeline, which is a graph whose nodes are Analyses
(with their code, parameters and resource requirements) and edges are various dependency rules:
* Dataflow rules define how data that flows out of an Analysis can be used to trigger creation of Jobs in other Analyses
[creation depenency]
* Control rules define dependencies between Analyses as Jobs' containers
("Jobs of Analysis Y can only start when all Jobs of Analysis X are done")
[execution dependency]
* Semaphore rules define dependencies between individual Jobs on a more fine-grained level
[combined creation and execution dependency]
* Dataflow rules define how data that flows out of an Analysis can be used to trigger creation of Jobs in other Analyses
* Control rules define dependencies between Analyses as Jobs' containers ("Jobs of Analysis Y can only start when all Jobs of Analysis X are done")
* Semaphore rules define dependencies between individual Jobs on a more fine-grained level
There are also other parameters of Analyses that control, for example:
* how many Workers can simultaneously work on a given Analysis,
* how many times a Job should be tried until it is considered failed,
* what should be autimatically done with a Job if it needs more memory/time,
etc.
* how many Workers can simultaneously work on a given Analysis,
* how many times a Job should be tried until it is considered failed,
* what should be autimatically done with a Job if it needs more memory/time,
etc.
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......@@ -52,9 +51,9 @@ for running Comparative Genomics pipelines, but since then it has been separated
into a separate software tool and is used in many projects both in Genome Campus, Cambridge and outside.
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