Here are ways to get SIMD/SSE flags from machines running either Linux or OS X: On Linux (CentOS 7): On Mac OS X 10.12: See: https://stackoverflow.com/a/38345423/19410 for a discussion about how to detect instruction sets.
Category Archives: linux
Installing and setting up mongoDB 3.2.1 from source on CentOS 7
The following post explains steps I took to install and enable mongoDB 3.2.1 as a service running under CentOS 7. Install development tools and libraries, download mongoDB and compile source, and install the compiled binaries: Set up a mongod account and relevant directories: Copy over mongod.conf and mongod.service configuration files with modifications for our setup: […]
Getting GitLab CE to work with SSL and intermediate certificates
Our research lab is non-profit, but private GitHub repositories still cost money, so I have been playing with GitLab Community Edition to serve up some private Git repositories from a third-party host on the cheap. Before using GitLab CE, I had set up a Git repository that, for whatever reason, would not allow users to cache credentials […]
Speedy BED conversion tool: convert2bed
Finishing touches are in place for my convert2bed tool (GitHub site). This utility converts common genomics data formats (BAM, GFF, GTF, PSL, SAM, VCF, WIG) to lexicographically-sorted UCSC BED format. It offers two benefits over alternatives: It runs about 3-10x as fast as bedtools *ToBed equivalents It converts all input fields in as non-lossy a […]