How to set up the EDNA configuration files

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The best way to set up your own configuration files is to have a look at the existing configuration files. Generally the ESRF configuration files are the most up-to-date ones, so it's a good idea to use these as templates. Some of the Diamond files do interesting things with clusters using the qsub command, so refer to those for examples of that. For each application (mxv1, mxv1, mxPluginExec, tomo, etc.) EDNA will look in the conf directory for files named XSConfiguration_$EDNA_SITE.xml, where $EDNA_SITE must be defined in your environment.

For MXv1

Note that two files need to be configured: one is in directory mxv1/conf and one in mxPluginExec/conf.