Google Cloud Platform (GCP)¶
kubectl Make sure to install a version supported by ElasticBLAST:
You must use
kubectlversion 1.25 or lower. Use
kubectl version --client=trueto see which version of
Note that kubernetes version 1.21 at GKE has reached its end of life on January 31, 2023. Please see this link for supported versions at GCP.
If you are using ElasticBLAST version 1.0.0, please follow the instructions in Specific Kubernetes version required for ElasticBLAST 1.0.0 users.
You are authenticated, have configured
gcloudwith the appropriate GCP project, and have the necessary permissions in that GCP project. If working on a newly created GCP instance, this likely requires running the command
gcloud auth login.
You can configure
gcloudwith the GCP project with the command
gcloud config set project GCP_PROJECT_ID.
GKE: to manage a kubernetes cluster on which to run ElasticBLAST.
GCS: to store results and query splits.
Permissions for Auto-shutdown feature
elastic-blastattempts to enable the relevant GCP APIs if they are not enabled already.
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