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fromFilePairsdirective produce a sorted n-tuple ? I have multiple files (R1,R2, I1) that I'd like to access but need to do different things with these - do I need to use channel-ordering-logic outside of processes for this kind of thing?
The pair list yes, not the pairs sequence
So that means i can assume that my n-tuple contains first [blabla_R1.fastq.gz, blabla_R2.fastq.gz, blabla_I1.fastq.gz]
dumpand figure out how it behaves
~/.docker/config.jsoncopied to the workers
@brwnj I'm having the same issue. I can only think of two reasons why that might be.
/tmp) was mounted read-only for some reason
I will try to increase my volume size and somehow check whether everything is in order in
aws s3 cpcommand is being run as the container running the job has succeeded. Is it being run by the local machine executing