On one machine (2014A, win server 2012 R2) I run
on a second machine (2014A, win7 pro) I run
I get the error
Unable to read MAT-file E:\my_file.mat: not a binary MAT-file.
E is a network drive.
Now clearly the file is a MAT file. The command line suggests "Try LOAD -ASCII to read as text." before I go down that route, I want to know what has gone wrong. How can I test for corruption at the point of writing? The files are quite large (several hundred Mb) and due to the network take a long time (5mins or so to be written).