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Matlab Pool Error

Hello! I have windows 7 64 bit and i am using matlab R2010b x64.
I have tried to open a matlabpool with the command:
matlabpool open 4
It fails and I got the message:
??? Error using ==> matlabpool at 133
When I do validation 'local' in configurations manager I saw the next text in configuration validation details Validation Details
Configuration: "local"
Type: local
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Stage: Find Resource
Status: Passed
Description: Validation passed
Command Line Output: (none)
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Stage: Distributed Job
Status: Passed
Description: Validation passed
Command Line Output: (none)
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Stage: Parallel Job
Status: Failed
Description: The given stage reached the default or user-specified timeout.
Command Line Output: (none)
Error Report: (none)
Debug Log:
LOG FILE OUTPUT:
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Any help would be appreciated
Thanks
George

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Answer by Hanan Shteingart on 12 Oct 2011
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Solved.
write this in the command line
a= findResource;
cd a.DataLocation
delete *.mat
and then run matlabpool open again.

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That would probably be
cd(a.DataLocation)

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Answer by Jason Ross
on 6 Oct 2011

I would call installation support. There's something about your machine configuration that's preventing something from initializing correctly.

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