From: Dima Sorkin (dsorkin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-01-26 03:55:29
Following my experience with our university machines:
Please do experiments, and determine what is the maximum size of
"continuous" memory block (i.e. block obtained by one call
to malloc) your system lets you to allocate. It ought be
considerably smaller than the physical size of machine memory.
ãÉÔÉÒÕÀ nisha kannookadan <nishak44_at_[hidden]>:
> > 127^5 * 5 gives 1.35e11 entries. You would need on the order of 10-20 GB
> > memory to store such an array. Likely you are hitting system malloc
> > failures...
> Thanks, but I guess I have that memory. Im working on 4 dual-core CPSu with
> 32GB RAM. University machine :).
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