[R] memory profiling

Uwe Ligges ligges at statistik.tu-dortmund.de
Sat Nov 20 19:37:28 CET 2010

On 19.11.2010 21:48, Patrick Leyshock wrote:
> I'm trying to configure Version 2.12.0 or R to do memory profiling.
> I've reconfigured the code:
> % ./compile --enable-memory-profiling=YES
> and verified that it's configured correctly by examining the output.  I then
> rebuild R:
> % make
> Then I fire up R and run a script, using Rprof with the memory-profiling
> switch set to TRUE:
> Rprof("output", memory.profiling=TRUE);
> # a bunch of R code
> Rprof(NULL);

Wen I do


I see an additional column ...

but since you have not said what you tried exactly, we cannot help very 

Uwe Ligges

> When I examine the output, however, using either R CMD Rprof from the shell,
> or summaryRprof from within R, the output I see is identical to the output I
> got when I ran R BEFORE I recompiled with memory profiling enabled.
> Anyone see something that I'm missing?
> Thanks, Patrick
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