Category : process

I have a Python script with a simple function. I would like to run this function 2 times, simultaneously and was wondering if this was possible. script.py: from multiprocessing import Process import time def func1(): time.sleep(1) print(‘Finished sleeping’) t1_start = time.perf_counter() p1 = Process(target=func1()) p1 = Process(target=func1()) t1_stop = time.perf_counter() print("elapsed time: {} sec".format(round(t1_stop – ..

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I have a script where and if-else condition is given, the if takes the user input and process that if a certain directory is empty and fills that certain directory and the else runs if the directory is already full. if not any(fname.endswith(‘.csv’) for fname in os.listdir(certain_dir)): def process_user_input: ….code…. return something else: def do_process_on_the_full_directory: ..

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I’m running the MATLAB using the Python’s subprocess like this. The main.py is as follows: process = subprocess.Popen("bash run.sh", stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT, shell=True) stdout = process.communicate()[0] and the run.sh is like this: export PATH=… /usr/local/MATLAB/R2017b/bin/matlab -r "run(‘mainscript.m’);exit;" and in mainscript.m, the main things done there. The problem is, when there are some errors occured in runnning ..

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So, I started working with uWSGI for my python application just two days ago and I’m trying to understand the various parameters we specify in an .ini file. This is what my app.ini file currently looks like: # The following article was referenced while creating this configuration # https://www.techatbloomberg.com/blog/configuring-uwsgi-production-deployment/ [uwsgi] strict = true ; Only ..

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