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  • #2089

    Lukasz Priba
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    Hi,

    I’m running jMRUI AMARES analysis on some of my data in batch mode. I’m trying to script the analysis so it repeats the process on other datasets. I’m running into a small problem where the cmd remains open after each analysis – any idea how I can terminate cmd after AMARES is completed? I expected “exit” or “exit /b” to do the trick but (sadly) it didn’t

    many thanks

    #2167

    Mariano Uberti
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    Hi:

    If you are running your script on Windows, create a batch script that 1) Calls Amares batch script and then 2) kills the command window. The script would look something like:

    CALL MyAmaresBatchScript.bat &
    taskkill /IM cmd.exe

    However, you should be careful in making sure that the AMARES “results” file gets completely written into disk before you “kill” the command line. So I suggest to add some pause before you kill the command line (e.g. 3s pause):

    CALL MyAmaresBatchScript.bat &
    timeout 3
    taskkill /IM cmd.exe

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