[R] Where to get support for Rserve?
morkus at protonmail.com
Mon Nov 13 19:52:41 CET 2017
That's super helpful (maintainer ("rserve")). I had no idea. :)
So much good stuff right there in R.
I didn't find any relevant hits looking on the web for my particular problem, but I'll email the maintainer.
Thanks very much.
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> Subject: Re: [R] Where to get support for Rserve?
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> To: Morkus <morkus at protonmail.com>
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> Also, please search. A web search on simply "rserve" brought up what appeared to be many relevant hits.
> Bert Gunter
> "The trouble with having an open mind is that people keep coming along and sticking things into it."
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> On Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 4:48 AM, Morkus via R-help <r-help at r-project.org> wrote:
>> I'm using Rserve with Java and although it works OK for 50 or 60 requests, eventually Rserve simply stops responding and I have to force-quit and restart Rserve. During this time the JVM is fine and Tomcat (app server) is fine, too.
>> The basic Java code does this:
>> 1. Create an R Connection
>> 2. Execute an R Script via Rserve "eval" statements
>> 3. Close the R Connection.
>> I was going to use a memory profiler to see what was going on but Tomcat is not showing any Java-code memory leaks.
>> Looking at the Rserve page, I see everything about the Rseve author...except for a way to contact him (unless I somehow missed that.)
>> This may not be the correct R forum to ask this question, but I need to start somewhere.
>> *** Note, in the past I've posted messages like this to the R developer forum only to be told that that programming forum is not the right forum as it's only for "pure" R programming ***
>> Would appreciate any suggestions.
>> - M
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