Prof Brian D Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Thu Dec 17 00:37:27 CET 1998
On Wed, 16 Dec 1998, Guido Masarotto wrote:
> I respost the message here since I suppose P. Mandeville is on the list,
> question is rather general and
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> On Wed, Dec 16, 1998 at 05:01:02AM +0000, Peter B. Mandeville wrote:
> > How do I increase the heap memory available in rw0630. I am using windows
> > 95 and windows 98.
> > Peter B.
> in this respect there no difference with the Unix version
> (look to the FAQ), i.e.,
> R --vsize 10
> gives you an heap of 10Mb.
Usually the problem is that people do not know how to do that in the
Windows versions. The easiest way (and the only easy way on NT4 with
rw0630) is to set up a shortcut to R.exe on the desktop or on the start
menu, and put
path\to\bin\R.exe --vsize 10
as the target. As I find both the default heap and the default cons cells
too small, I have my shortcut with
--vsize 6 --nsize 250000
That makes the process take about 14Mb, and on a 32Mb machine that
is about as much as is comfortable without paging.
> (ps) And, please, don't use numeric address.
Yes, we have made that point to him via the list before. Could Peter
Mandeville please use a signature?
Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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