Megahit is an ultra fast assembly tool for metagenomics data.
Free to use and open source under GNU GPLv3.
Version on CSC's Servers
- Puhti: 1.2.8
In Puhti, Megahit is activated by loading the biokit environment.
module load biokit
Sample Megahit batch job:
#!/bin/bash #SBATCH --job-name=Megahit #SBATCH --account=<project> #SBATCH --time=12:00:00 #SBATCH --ntasks=1 #SBATCH --nodes=1 #SBATCH --output=megahit_out_8 #SBATCH --error=megahit_err_8 #SBATCH --cpus-per-task=8 #SBATCH --mem=32G #SBATCH --partition=small module load biokit srun megahit -1 reads_1.fastq -2 reads_2.fastq -t $SLURM_CPUS_PER_TASK --m 32000000000 -o result_directory
csc-workspacesto check your Puhti projects. Maximum running time is set to 12 hours (
--time=12:00:00). As Megahit uses threads based parallelization, the process is considered as one job that should be executed within one node (
--nodes=1). The job reserves eight cores
--cpus-per-task=8that can use in total up to 32 GB of memory (
--mem=32G). Note that the number of cores to be used needs to be defined in actual Megahit command too. That is done with Megahit option
-t. In this case we use $SLURM_CPUS_PER_TASK variable that contains the cpus-pre-task value ( we could as well use
-t 8but then we have to remember to change the value if number of the reserved CPU:s is changed).
The job is submitted to the to the batch job system with
sbatch command. For example, if the batch job
file is named as megahit_job.sh then the submission command is:
Last edited Mon Mar 29 2021