docs: singularity sometimes uses system /tmp explanation #1588
Hi @Maarten-vd-Sande can I get some clarification? I'm working on an HPC that uses LSF. I'm trying to convert a workflow to using per-rule conda envs in a global container. The pipeline works if executed with just
When I saw this PR I tried adding
I seem to have plenty of space on my home directory and all bound locations. Is this something you ran into as well? Sorry for the lack of minimal example; any insight would be appreciated!
I'm not very experienced with singularity so I'm not sure. You can check if the mount temp option is on in the configuration (probably: /etc/singularity/singularity.conf).
When you use contain your home isn't mounted anymore, so perhaps you need to add -B $HOME as well?