I believe you can control the docker host in the job_conf.xml.
I haven't' tried this yet, but it seems that it should work.
On 2 March 2016 at 09:55, Abdulrahman Azab <azab(a)ifi.uio.no> wrote:
I'm working on a project for running galaxy on the top of a docker swarm
cluster. The docker tag in the tool xml so far supports access only to the
local docker host. To submit to the swarm manager, the command should be:
$ docker -H tcp://<manager-ip>:<manager-port> run ...
$ docker run ...
Is it possible to add an xml tag attribute to support that option?
This would off course require that all files are located in a shared
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