In our other interfaces, we encourage you to explicitly dispose of your Gurobi environment when you are done using it in order to release the associated resources. Our recommendation in the Python interface is a bit more nuanced.
Most Gurobi Python programs use the default environment, which is
automatically created when you first construct a Gurobi
object and automatically disposed when your program ends. You can
disposeDefaultEnv() to dispose of it manually, but if you
want detailed control of environments (for example, if you are using a
Compute Server or the Gurobi Instant Cloud), we recommend that you
work with explicit environment objects instead.
Please refer to the
mip1_remote.py example for details on how
you would do this.