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Using for two different study area

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    • #2140
      Anonymous

      Dear all

      I would like to process images in two different study area. How can I run two sarproz simultaneously to process in Linux OS?

      Regards

    • #2141
      periz
      Keymaster

      Launch it twice.
      But make sure the two instances are not using the same CPU cores, or as a result they will run slower. You may want to assign half number of CPU cores to each instance. Moreover, one of the bottle necks of InSAR is the quantity of data: if you don’t have very fast disks, attempting to read data from multiple disk locations at the same time will considerably decrease the performances.

    • #2142
      Anonymous

      Dear periz

      Thank you. Actually, I lunched it twice, but in the second time, I had this error in Matlab command line. Can you help me about this error?

      tnx

    • #2144
      periz
      Keymaster

      are you opening two matlab windows and running a sarproz instance in each of them?

    • #2145
      Anonymous

      Dear periz

      yes. Actually, in two tabs in command windows, I ran the matlab from pcodes folder and then, type fig=main in each matlab command window.

      tnx

    • #2146
      periz
      Keymaster

      is this error happening in both matlab windows or in just one of them?
      I am afraid this is a problem of that particular matlab version.
      We tested it with versions equal or higher than 2014a and it works

    • #2151
      Anonymous

      Dear periz

      No, this error happens in just one of them, second time. OK, my matlab version is 2012b. I was wondering if I upgrade the matlab, this error would be solved.

      tnx

    • #2152
      Anonymous

      Dear periz

      Unfortunately, now even if I launch one matlab and type the fig=main; I will have the same error attached this comment. Can you help me to solve this error? solving this error is essential for my time.

      tnx

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