[R] Memory problem with jpeg() and wide jpegs
ligges at statistik.uni-dortmund.de
Mon Dec 20 15:23:23 CET 2004
michael watson (IAH-C) wrote:
> I have been creating very, very long jpeg images for the last two weeks
> using jpeg(). All of a sudden, and I mean that, it's stopped working -
> I've not changed a thing! The error message I get is:
> Error in devga(paste("jpeg:", quality, ":", filename, sep = ""), width,
> unable to start device devga
> In addition: Warning message:
> Unable to allocate bitmap
> I have plenty of disk space in the place I want to create the jpeg, and
> if I reduce it from "width=50000" to "width=5000", then it works no
> problem, which suggests it is a memory problem. If I close R and
> re-open R the problem does not go away. And as I said above, I have
> been using this code for weeks with no problem, then I change nothing,
> and start getting this error message.
I don't believe it has worked. Such a huge one does not work for me even
on a rather big machine.
If it had worked: On the same platform, OS, R version?
I think you have to contribute a patch in order to get such a huge jpeg.
> I'm running R 2.0.1 on Windows XP. I'm going to restart Windows and see
> if that helps, but if re-starting windows does help, is there an
> explanation as to where all the memory R used to be able to get at
> disappeared to in the current session?
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