Question: RNA-star memory error on galaxy
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kshama.goyal0 wrote:

I am trying to run RNA-star on galaxy for my zebrafish SE and PE samples. However, it is getting terminated with the error "requires more memory than allocated". What should I do?

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Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k wrote:


RNA-star is a compute-intensive tool. If your data are very large, the job may really be too large to run at a public server like Galaxy Main You might try mapping the data with an alternative tool, such as HISAT2 to see if that works. Jobs that are actually too large to run at public servers can be run on your own Galaxy that has been given sufficient resources. The FAQ below covers the options.

However, this type of memory error can also be triggered by problematic input content or formatting, so be sure to check for those types of problems first. Common causes and solution for data/input issues are also covered in the FAQ below.

Galaxy FAQs:

Thanks! Jen, Galaxy team

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