From: Jürgen Hunold (hunold_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-03-22 09:11:26
I'm encountering severe memory problems on win32.
I've attached the results of running bjam (current anon CVS HEAD) from the
same directory on linux and win32 with -d+10.
The linux run eats up 272 Mb.
The correspondung win32 run needs roughly 1.4 GB of memory (Note the overflow
in the [TOTAL] column at the end of the memory dump.
A quick scan of the win32 dump shows:
which seems odd to me.
The corresponding linux numbers are _much_ smaller.
This prevents me from building my applications on Win32.
We have a large source tree (8000+ files) so it is a massive test.
But the excessive memory usage on Win32 looks like a bug to me.
Any ideas ?
Please drop me a note if you need more test data.
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