[Mne_analysis] question for Martinos MNE-python users

Kestas Kveraga kestas at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu
Fri Feb 28 13:32:44 EST 2014
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Thanks, Dan, I will now.

On 02/28/2014 01:29 PM, dgw wrote:
> Hi Kestas,
> It is likely related to the gpfs server problems mentioned on the
> batch-users mailing list. Have you tried contacting help@?
> D
> On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 1:27 PM, Kestas Kveraga
> <kestas at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I've used the Martinos network version of ipython before with no
>> problems to run some stuff in MNE-python.
>> Now when I try to start it up by typing 'ipython' after setting the path
>> exactly as per 'Getting Started" instructions, it does not start for
>> many minutes (20+) and when it finally starts, it is extremely slow
>> (compared to previous usage or running a local version on a Mac laptop).
>> The problem is not with the machine, which has gobs of free RAM (8GB+)
>> and 4 CPUs that are mostly idle. Last time I quit ipython, it was using
>>   >5GB of RAM, which seems excessive.
>> What am I missing here? Should I install a local version, e.g., Canopy?
>> Thanks,
>> Kestas
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