[R] Windows Memory
rossetti at markov.stat.unipg.it
Fri Mar 17 09:26:24 CET 2000
On Fri, 17 Mar 2000, Matt Pocernich wrote:
> Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 01:00:04 -0700
> From: Matt Pocernich <mjpocern at ouray.cudenver.edu>
> To: R help <r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch>
> Subject: [R] Windows Memory
> I'm sure this question is answered in the help file, but likely I'm not reading it corrected.
> Running windows version 1.00.0, loading a table (35K rows by 10 columns) from Excel using the read.table command I receive the following message.
> Error: cons memory (350000 cells) exhausted
> See "help(Memory)" on how to increase the number of cons cells.
> >From reading the help file, I've learned a bit more about static memory, but I'm not sure where to place the
> R --vsize=15M --nsize=1000k
> line. Where should this line be placed? (Or in which file?)
> Thanks for your time.
> Matt Pocernich
You can simply pass the line R --vsize=15M --nsize=1000k at the dos prompt
in the same directory in which R is in.
Or create a shortcut, for example in the desktop, and pass the same
command editing it's properties.
Excuse me for my bad English!
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