[IPython-User] ipcluster runs out of memory and can't purge results
Sat Dec 15 06:29:45 CST 2012
Le 15 déc. 2012 à 13:22, Johann Rohwer a écrit :
> On 15/12/2012 01:11, Fernando Perez wrote:
>> On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 8:25 AM, Robert Nishihara
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Not sure if this will solve your problem, but I think I've run into a
>>> similar problem, and I've had some success with this.
>> Please keep us posted on how this goes, so we can offer a more robust
>> and easy to use solution out of the box: if Robert's solution works
>> for you we can wrap it into a user-facing utility.
>> Also, does running %reset help any?
> %reset by itself seems to be doing the trick for me without
> needing all the commands in Robert's solution!
> Incidentally, where is the %reset command documented? I've read through the
> parallel docs at
> multiple times and can't seem to find it. It really seems a useful feature
> and even asks the user for confirmation, warning of data loss. Can this be
> executed from within scripts when these are called by ipython script.py from
> the command line?
%reset is not parallel specific.
Type: Magic function
String Form:<bound method NamespaceMagics.reset of <IPython.core.magics.namespace.NamespaceMagics object at 0x101cb4950>>
Namespace: IPython internal
Definition: %reset(self, parameter_s='')
Resets the namespace by removing all names defined by the user, if
called without arguments, or by removing some types of objects, such
as everything currently in IPython's In and Out containers (see
the parameters for details).
Yes it works from script if they are called script.ipy
or if you use the transformed form :
>>> get_ipython().magic(u'hist -t')
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