In Matlab 2013a, the problem seems to be solved.
Simulink rapid acceleration creates temp files which fill drive
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I set up a parfor-loop which simulates a Simulink-model, like in this tutorial: http://www.mathworks.de/de/help/simulink/examples/rapid-accelerator-simulations-using-parfor.html
It works great and fast, but each Sim Command executes a exe-File which writes the Simulation output (tout, yout) to a temp file like "oup5ec41494_5f3b_4a75_8e18_0978da1bc809.mat" in the "slprj\raccel\modelname"-folder.
The file is being deleted after evaluation, but only to windows trash, so after thousands of iterations (I use the parfor loop in a genetic algorithm), my hard disk drive is full (after creating 160GB temp files). Is there a possibility, to make matlab delete the temp files without trash?
I am using Matlab 2012b with Windows 7 x64.
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Ryan G on 4 Dec 2013
What's your parfor loop look like? You might be able to do something like
parfor i = 1:100
eval(['myOutput' num2str(i) ' = sim(gcs)'])
%Not sure exact syntax, try not to use eval if possible
% Process algorithm here