Aozan is distributed in several formats for your convenience.
A full changelog is available in the release note page.
|Operating system||Currently Aozan runs only under Linux (due to mapper binary dependencies).|
|Memory||By default 4096 MiB are allocated to the JVM for running Aozan. You can edit this value in the aozan.sh file with the -Xmx option of the JVM. Aozan launches external tools like bcl2fastq or Bowtie that also required memory. In the end, 8 GiB seems to be a good amount of memory to run Aozan.|
|Processor architecture||Aozan can run only under x86-64 architecture (due to mappers requirements). Multi processors or multi core systems (SMP) are highly recommended.|
|Java Runtime Environment (J2SE)||7 or above. We strongly recommend the sun/oracle version of the jre (or openJDK).
You can check your installed jre version typing:
$ java -version
|bcl2fastq||2.17 or above.|
|rsync||3.0.x or above.|
|Docker||1.7.1 or above, optional use in the demultiplexing step or to launch Aozan.|
|blast2 or blast+||2.2.26 or above, optional use in the quality control step.|