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Matlab Online "timeout"

Asked by Andrew Boggio-Dandry on 14 Jun 2017
Latest activity Commented on by Guillaume
on 25 Jan 2018
When using Matlab online, complex functions automatically seem to timeout after 200 or so seconds, and automatically kick me out. Is there any way to change this?

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Hisham
Answer by Hisham
on 30 Oct 2017
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Hi Andrew:
As a clarification to the above statement, the current idle time for MATLAB Online is 15 minutes, which is determined by user activity. For example, if you are running a script, but are still active in the session (even by something as small as moving your cursor in the active browser window), then you are considered not idle. Your script will continue to run for as long as you are considered not idle for more than 15 minutes. Your sessions can last for as long as this is the case.
I hope this helps!
Hisham

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Mauro
on 25 Jan 2018
I want just comment that I try to use the trick of keeping the MATLAB Online session 'awake' using Mouse Jiggler. This piece of software makes the pointer to hop back and forth but it didn't work. MATLAB Online kicked me out after a while. Any reason why?
Guillaume
on 25 Jan 2018
Any reason why
My guess would be because the javascript code does not capture mouse movement as it does not need to. Mouse movement would be monitored by the browser with only mouse clicks and key presses relayed to the matlab online javascript.

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Answer by Nagarjuna Manchineni on 19 Jun 2017

Currently time limit for execution of a script in MATLAB is 15 minutes. There is also currently no way to change this length of time. Scripts longer than this must be executed in the Desktop version of MATLAB.

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