[chuck-users] memory exhausted

Gregory Brown gwbrown at uga.edu
Sun Apr 5 10:59:00 EDT 2009

[ As a followup to my own question -- I just succeeded in breaking  
the script up into three chunks and am now running them consecutively  
using a master script and Machine.add() for each chunk. This is  
workable, but far from optimal as I will want to generate chuck  
scripts from different data files.

  - greg ]

On Apr 5, 2009, at 10:37 AM, Gregory Brown wrote:

> Hello all,
> I have written a script that uses a rather data file to generate a  
> chuck file that is about 24000 lines long and 564KB. When I run the  
> script I get a "memory exhausted" error. Are there chuck-imposed  
> limits that I am running into? Is there a way to allocate more  
> memory to chuck?
> I have tested this on two machines, both running OS X, ChucK  
>, 2GB of RAM. It does not seem to matter what other  
> processes are running or how much memory is available (real or  
> virtual)… it always exits at the same line. Also -- when I cut the  
> file down to a few thousand lines, it runs fine.
> Any thoughts would be great. Thanks,
>  - Greg
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