- 5 months, 3 weeks ago NateParticipant
For multiple reasons, it would be very useful to have my models mapped to Neuroshell from “cloud” folders such as OneDrive, Google Drive & Dropbox. Does anyone have any best practices for completing this task? Any feedback would be great!
I think you need to get a network engineer to make a robust method of
storing your models on the cloud platforms.
If you want to run the NSDT on the cloud you will need to upload a VM , Virtual machine , to do this . It does work but it is a pain in the ass.
I have used AWS, AZURE , GC , they are not user friendly unless you are a network specialist.
Remember the software can only operate at up to 24 cores or threads, as Denham pointed out to me. I found it ran the quickest at 22 threads.
Using the Cloud to run it is expensive as you need to pay the microsoft license fee.
So i would , map a folder on your desktop to the cloud , save the models there , and then access the folder via NSDT . I have tons of models in different folders on the desktop .
Oops , I forgot the network guy did put a folder that was mapped to the cloud on my computer , Then access it as a normal folder .5 months, 3 weeks ago NateParticipant
Does anyone have a method to read your “Template” folder outside of the NSDT directory location? I have NSDT installed on two PC’s and would like to be able to read my indicator(s) from a folder that I can access between both computers.
I am consistently building new DLL’s and I struggle to keep my folders in sync.
Any feedback would be much appreciated!
Thanks in advance!
Hi Nate , try this .
On your first computer , save the template incase it goes wrong.
Have a folder on your desktop that is shared between both computers.
Save the Template with a new name in that folder .
It will have the Template ending .
But obviously it won´t run on the second computer unless you have changed
the access for NSDT . Unless you have 2 NSDT licences .
So when you goto open the template each time you have to go back to that folder .
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