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Hello, 

I have a question abt installation of matlab.
I have a concurrent lincense and operated 30 computing nodes with a master node.
I want to install  the matlab in /opt directory on a master node and all of the computing nodes mount /opt directory on a master node.

does it possible? 

If so, via scheduler, do I submit each matlab job on computing nodes?

I think it could.. because it's very time-waisting to install all of computing nodes, 30 nodes is not much... but if I have to install thousands nodes?? it's terrible.

thanks in advance.