Getting Started with MATLAB Job Scheduler, Part 5: Monitor MATLAB Parallel Server Usage and Upgrade to a New Release
From the series: Getting Started with MATLAB Job Scheduler
This is the fifth video of a five-part series. It will provide an overview of how to monitor MATLAB Parallel Server™ usage with MATLAB Job Scheduler and upgrade to a new release.
One way to get insight into your MATLAB Job Scheduler cluster is using Admin Center, which is a graphical user interface with which you can control and monitor the MATLAB Parallel Server processes of a MATLAB Job Scheduler cluster. With Admin Center, you can monitor available workers and see which workers are busy or idle.
You can also use nodestatus, a command-line tool, to display the status of the mjs service and the processes that it maintains. You can invoke nodestatus on a remote machine and run it with a series of “infolevels” for additional verbosity.
You can gain insight into MATLAB Parallel Server usage, including any licensing issues, through the network license manager log file or by using the Parallel Server license check utility that ships with the network license manager.
Customize your MATLAB Job Scheduler cluster by modifying the mjs_def. You can modify things such as the security level that MATLAB Job Scheduler uses, support multiple MATLAB releases, and more.
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