Multi DTC Editor.exe
Each string value you type specifies either a single port or an inclusive range of ports. For example, to open port 5000, specify 5000 without the quotation marks. To open ports 5000 to 5020 inclusive, specify 5000-5020 without the quotation marks. You can specify multiple ports or ports ranges by specifying one port or port range per line. All ports must be in the range of 1024 to 65535. If any port is outside this range or if any string is invalid, RPC will treat the entire configuration as invalid.
multi DTC editor.exe
It is not possible to run large numbers of MATLAB scripts (i.e. M-files) directly on the Condor poolbecause of licensing restrictions and so any MATLAB code used will first need to be compiled or "built"into a stand-alone executable which can run without a license. For very simple applications, mostusers will place all of their code in a single M-file but often, as things become more complicated,it may be necessary to move some of the code into other M-files. By design, DTCondor can be used tobuild stand-alone executables from either a single M-file or from multiple M-files. The M-filecontaining the main part of the program (which calls other M-files) is imaginitively referredto here as the "Main M-file" while the other M-files (perhaps containing your own MATLAB functions) go bythe equally prosaic description of "Other M-files".
The next step is to fill in the details of the input and output files in the text boxesbelow the executable option. Filenames can be entered one per line and (if there areseveral of them) multiple filenames can be entered in the same box separated byone or more spaces. There is no need to put in the actual path to the file - just the filename itself. The actual files to be used will be selected when you come to submit the jobs.
This example shows how to build a stand-alone executable for a singleM-file. The application is exactly the same as that described in theweb page on MATLAB Applications and the M-file justreads two input matrices, multiplies them together and writes the resultsto the an output file thus:function product load input.mat; C=A*B; save( 'output.mat', 'C' ); endAlthough only a single M-file is used, the extension to applications usingmultiple M-files is straightforward. The steps are follows:
This example shows how to submit multiple MATLAB jobs using the stand-alone executable built earlier. Again the application is exactly the same as that described in theweb page on MATLAB Applications and the executable justreads two input matrices, multiplies them together and writes the resultsto an output file.
This example shows how to submit a single MATLAB job using one or more M-files rather thana previously built stand-alone executable Again the application is exactly the same as that described in the web page on MATLAB Applications and the executable justreads two input matrices, multiplies them together and writes the resultsto an output file. There is one important change needed to the previous M-file code,namely the addition of a quit command. This is absolutely essential as withoutit the MATLAB interpreter will wait for ever for more commands and the job will neverfinish. The MATLAB code will now look like:function product load input.mat; C=A*B; save( 'output.mat', 'C' ); quit;endThe input files will still have to be indexed in form input.mat(and the corresponding output files output.mat) even though for thisexample there is only one input file input0.mat. Note that the indexdoes not need to be specified either in the MATLAB code or any of the templatesas all of the index manipulation is done for you in the background. Similarly,there is nothing special about the filenames chosen and any filename of theform . will suffice. However, spaces should not be usedand it is best to stick to letters and numbers (and possibly hyphens or underscores usedto make things more readable). The steps are as follows:
This example shows how to submit R jobs using DTCondor. Although only a single R script file is employed here, the extension to applications that require multiple Rscripts is straightforward.The application is exactly the same as that described in theweb page on R Applications and it calculates a frequency distribution for a very largenumber of observations stored as R data files.The input files will have the form observations.datand the corresponding output files results.mat. Note that the indexdoes not need to be specified either in the R code or any of the templatesas all of the index manipulation is done for you in the background. Similarly,there is nothing special about the filenames chosen and any filename of theform . will suffice. However, spaces should not be usedand it is best to stick to letters and numbers (and possibly hyphens or underscores usedto make things more readable). The steps are as follows:
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Installation is similar for both options.You can install both the 32-bit and the 64-bit driver on the same machine if the user is going to access Firebird from multiple applications of mixed bitness.Care will be needed to ensure that each application will connect using the correct DSN for the required driver.
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