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The Cooperative Computing Lab is pleased to announce the release of version 3.4.3 of the Cooperative Computing Tools, including Parrot, Chirp, Makeflow, WorkQueue, SAND, All-Pairs, and other software.
This is a bug fix release of version 3.4.2. No new features were added.
The software may be downloaded here:
Fixed WQ Master contacting catalog server too frequently. [Li Yu]
Fixed bug in split_fasta that would omit the first id in each fasta split. [Rory Carmichael]
Fixed local execution timeouts for batch job. [Li Yu]
Fixed an issue with getdents on large directories in Parrot. [Douglas Thain]
Fixed an issue where a worker could use up all the disk space on a machine when accepting an incoming file. WQ workers now ensures that a configurable amount of space is available before accepting the file.
Improved debug output for removed workers in WQ. [Li Yu]
Fixed an issue in Parrot with opening the current or parent directory without the O_DIRECTORY flag. [Douglas Thain, Dan Bradley]
Fixed a memory leak for Condor Batch Job. [Peter Bui]
Fixed a memory leak in WQ. [Peter Bui]
Added support for writing memory mapped files. [Douglas Thain]
Various fixes to configure and Make. [Douglas Thain, Peter Bui, Michael Hanke]
WQ Python binding correct to have catalog False by default to match C API. [Peter Bui]
Added escapes from the trimming stages of Celera when SAND is selected as the overlapper. These now match the places where Celera escapes for the UMD overlapper. [Andrew Thrasher]
Thanks goes to the contributors for this release: Dinesh Rajan, Patrick Donnelly, Peter Bui, Li Yu, Douglas Thain,
Andrew Thrasher, Dan Bradley, and Michael Hanke.
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