You can create, start, and stop MATLAB® Production Server™ instances from the command line. Use the configuration properties to tailor each instance to a specific task or use.
|URL for insecure connections|
|Amount of data the server instance discards after an HTTP error and before the server instance closes the TCP connection|
|Location of a MATLAB Runtime installation|
|Folder the server instance scans for deployable archives|
|Root folder used to store contents of deployed archives|
|Maximum number of workers allowed to process work simultaneously|
|Time interval at which a server instance stops and restarts its workers|
|Size threshold at which to consider restarting a worker|
|Interval for which a worker can exceed its memory limit before restart|
|Interval at which workers are polled for memory usage|
|Specify the domain origins from which clients are allowed to make requests to the server|
|Duration after which the request times out and gets deleted after reaching a terminal state|
|Path to the location where responses are archived|
|Maximum disk space available to the server process for archiving|
|Size threshold of server process at which action needs to be taken to manage responses|
|Action taken when the memory size threshold of server process is breached|
|Set the maximum size of a request|
|Start MATLAB Runtime with a single computational thread|
|Number of request-processing threads within the server instance|
|Disable keyboard interruptions for server instance|
|Associate MATLAB data value with string key|
Start a server instance using the command line.
Making a server instance a Windows® service is an easy way to have the instance start when the host machine boots.
Specify how your system responds if the MATLAB Production Server instance running as a Windows service fails.
Set the default MATLAB Runtime for new server instances.
Specify the installed location of MATLAB Runtime for your server instance.
Configure the server to host deployable archives compiled using multiple MATLAB Runtime versions.
Set up the
main_config file with custom parameters for your
Set conditions determining when a server instance restarts worker processes.
Explanation of how server configurations impact execution of asynchronous requests.