- The minimum duration for TIMEOUT is 14400 seconds, i.e. 4 hours.
- TIMEOUT only applies to MATLAB. Once MATLAB times out, toolboxes in use in that session of MATLAB will also be returned.
- To enact a TIMEOUT, MATLAB clients must be on R14SP3 or higher and the Network License Manager must be running version 9.2 or higher.
- For the purposes of TIMEOUT, a MATLAB session is considered idle if there has been no user interaction and no running jobs for the entirety of the specified TIMEOUT duration.
Can I configure the Network License Manager to return idle MATLAB seats?
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MathWorks Support Team am 14 Jul. 2023
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The Network License Manager has a feature called TIMEOUT which automatically returns idle license seats after a specified amount of time has lapsed. TIMEOUT has the following limitations:
To enact a TIMEOUT, add the following line in your license manager options file:
TIMEOUT MATLAB 14400
This will set the TIMEOUT duration to 4 hours, however you can set the TIMEOUT duration higher if desired. The TIMEOUT duration must be specified in seconds. The network license manager must be stopped and started for the new TIMEOUT duration to take effect.