Trinity contains three applications - Inchworm, Chrysalis, and Butterfly. Template:App Location
- r20110820, r20120125, r20120317, r20120618 (default) - (EL5)
- r20120518, r20120608 (default) - (EL6).
Using application with environment modules system
To use trinity with the environment modules system at HPC the following commands are available:
Get module information for trinity:
$module spider trinity
Load the default application module:
$module load trinity
The modulefile for this software adds the directory with executable files to the shell execution PATH and sets the following environment variables:
- HPC_TRINITY_DIR - directory where trinity is located.
How To Run
To run Trinity after you load the module use the "Trinity.pl" perl script, or run_Trinity.sh shell script, which is particularly useful as the optional ALLPATHS-LG software is enabled at UF HPC.
If the run produces an error that states that java could not create a virtual machine due to insufficient heap memory you can set the java memory with an
command either at the command line if doing an interactive run on a test node or in the job script. Make sure that the value in the "-Xmx" is less then the amount of memory you requested from the batch system.