CloseKernels
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CloseKernels[]
terminates all parallel kernels from the list Kernels[].

CloseKernels[k]
terminates the kernel k.

CloseKernels[{k1,k2,}]
terminates the kernels , , .

DetailsDetails

  • Kernels can be specified either using KernelObject, as returned by Kernels[], or using their integer IDs, as returned by $KernelID.
  • Closed kernels are removed from the list of kernels available for parallel computing, as given by Kernels[].
Introduced in 2008
(7.0)