Issues with MATLAB® Production Server™ instances can manifest as connectivity failures, slow downs, or server instance crashes. Use log information generated by a server instance to diagnose and solve problems.
|Folder used to store server named endpoints|
|Hide MATLAB error stack from clients|
|Maximum size of the log archive folder|
|Path to the folder containing archived log files|
|Path to the folder containing log files|
|Size at which the log is archived|
|Severity at which messages are logged|
|Add custom log handler|
|Text format for the main log file|
|Folder used to store PID files|
|Log server profile information|
|Test and diagnose server instance for problems from command line on Windows, Linux, and macOS systems|
|Log profile information for server instance from command line on Windows, Linux, and macOS systems|
|Display status of server instance from command line on Windows, Linux, and macOS systems|
|Display licensing and configuration information of server instance from command line on Windows, Linux, and macOS systems|
|Display path to server instance that is currently using configured port from command line on Windows, Linux, and macOS systems|
mps-status to check if the server is running.
Set properties in the
main_config server configuration file
to set log verbosity, and to rotate and archive logs.
Tips to diagnose a problem with a server.
This example shows a typical diagnostic procedure you might
follow to solve a problem starting server
Each server writes a log file containing data from both the main server process, as well as
the workers, named
List of common errors and possible resolutions.