MATLAB is a high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualization, and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in familiar mathematical notation.
MATLAB on Nautilus should be run in an interactive batch job. Running MATLAB in an ssh login session is not recommended and it will most likely die with error messages. The following example requests an interactive batch job:
UserName@nautilus:~$ qsub -I -l ncpus=8,mem=16gb,software=matlab qsub: waiting for job 21403.nautilus.nics.utk.edu to start qsub: job 21403.nautilus.nics.utk.edu ready UserName@nautilus:~$ module load matlab UserName@nautilus:~$ matlab -nodisplay -nojvm
For a single-threaded program in MATLAB, use
matlab -singleCompThreadwhich avoids spawning a large number of unnecessary threads.
To run MATLAB without the GUI through command-line access, use
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