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MATLAB session timed out when using MATLAB script node

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Hello!

I am using a MATLAB script node in my LV2017 application.  (Which I compile to an EXE).  It works great!

However, one very large annoyance that I'm running into is that after a certain period of time of inactivity, the MATLAB command window will time out as shown in the screenshot:

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After this times out, there is no mechanism (known to me) to start a new session.  This forces me to restart the LabVIEW EXE.  (ouch)

 

Does anyone have any suggestions for me here?  I'll take either:

  • a mechanism to prevent timeout (set inactivity timer to infinity)
  • a mechanism to launch new MATLAB session when needed without restarting the EXE

Thanks!

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An idea just popped into my head --> I can write a LabVIEW daemon to make small (basically no-op) call to a MATLAB script node every 60 seconds to prevent the session from timing out.

 

This is hokey, but it will atleast serve my purpose here until somebody potentially offers a better solution.

 

Thanks!

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Accepted by topic author brentjustice
02-01-2018 09:17 PM

Whelp, I'm dumb.

Apparently, any call to the MATLAB script node will open up a new session if the previous session timed out.

 

Nothing to see here folks, move along

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