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Batch inside a Batch

Hi everyone, I am interesting in check the performance of a program by using different cores in a cluster. To submit my function to de cluster I write something like: job= batch('my_script','matlabpool',8)
and in my_script I have something like job=batch('other_script','matlabpool',5)
but I do not obtain and answer from the cluster because it is too much long or maybe it structure is not allow.
Do someone know a more effective way?
Thanks in advance. Rafa

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Jan
on 1 May 2013
The question is not clear. What is "too long" and how could a performance be measured, when "a structure is not allowed"? Doesn't this mean, that the program crashes?
Rafa Valero on 3 May 2013
Sorry for my english. "Too long" means I am not allow to try it for more that 30 minutes, in my caso, more that 30 minutes. When I said "a structure is not allowed", I meant if it is possible to have a batch inside a batch. Thanks

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Answer by Yavor Kamer on 1 May 2013
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It seems like you are not allowed to change the pool size on the cluster. You can see the effect of the number of cores by changing the allocated workers in a parallel for loop like this
parfor(i=1:100,W)
and then you change W to the number of workers (cores/threads) you want to test

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Rafa Valero on 3 May 2013
Thank you very much Yavor, it is a very simple an effective answer that I didn't thought.

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