[R] heap memory exhausted
zk at biocem.univ-bpclermont.fr
Fri Nov 27 17:57:41 CET 1998
At 07:27 27/11/98 -0000, you wrote:
>I am running R (verion ) for windows under Windows NT Workstation 4.0
>SP3. When I try to start R from a command prompt window using
> D:\R\rw0630\bin>R -v10
>I get a "Dr. Watson" error message which says:
> "An application error has occurred and an application error
> log is being generated.
> Exception: access violation (0x0000005), Address: 0x004016db"
I'm also using R 0.63 (Guido's port) on NT4 SP3, and get the same message
whenever I try to start R from the command prompt (even without the
options, just simply typing "R" in the D:\R\rw0630\bin folder).
On the other hand, if you want to increase the memory available for R, you
can create a Windows shortcut for R, and change the command line in the
properties dialogue. You should note that the options '-v' and '-n' are now
called '--vsize' and '--nsize' respectively, so that the command line
should look something like
"D:\R\rw0630\bin>R.exe --nsize 300000 --vsize 10".
I've also noticed that the R event loop uses 100% of the CPU!!!
While you have R command window open waiting for the commands to be
entered, the task manager shows 100% of CPU usage. When you type 'q()',
while the program waits for you to answer whether you want to save the R
image or not, the CPU usage drops immediately. Selecting 'Cancel' blows it
back to 100%.
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