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Re: swish-e 2.0.2 resource consumption

From: <jmruiz(at)not-real.boe.es>
Date: Wed Oct 04 2000 - 14:42:30 GMT
Hi Bryan,

On 4 Oct 2000, at 8:43, Bryan Heidorn wrote:

> Thank you very much for taking a personal look at this.
> I don't know how big the index was getting before memory runs out.
> I indexed one State's data and it is 4MB. X 50 would be 200MB but there is 
> a lot of repeat information when you do it all together so my guess is that 
> the final file would be around 100MB...OK, It is descriptions of all of the 
> butterflies in North America. The same butterfly may be in many states so 
> if you index north America as a whole the butterfly record will occur only 
> once but if I index State by State, through State directories with symlinks 
> to the butterfly files, then you get many more... rats... the merge will 
> not work because while the files are the same, the paths will look 
> different to swish-e during the merge. Grumble grumble.....
> 
Well, If your index file is greater than 100 MB, you are probably 
pushing the limits of your machine.
There is no patch to 2.0.x to fix this situation. I have fixed it in 2.1x 
but it is not stable enough now. Give me some days, I need to fix a 
couple of bugs and finish the new adons.

cu
Jose
Received on Wed Oct 4 14:43:05 2000