Re: Memory Leak in 3.0 for students?
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- Subject: [mg8640] Re: Memory Leak in 3.0 for students?
- From: weber at math.uni-bonn.de (Matthias Weber)
- Date: Fri, 12 Sep 1997 04:10:53 -0400
- Organization: RHRZ - University of Bonn (Germany)
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
In article <5v2uhl$400 at smc.vnet.net>, Stephen Froehlich <shorthnd at ccwf.cc.utexas.edu> wrote: > Why is it that as I do evulations, the Kernel takes up more and > more memory? Is there a leak? If so, is there a fix in the works? I don´t know whether that is the problem, but the kernel remembers all the Out variables, and if you have lots of lengthy outputs (even when suppressed), eventually the kernel will suffocate. To get rid of that, use Unprotect[Out]; Clear[Out]; That helps a bit. Otherwise, I can assure you that also the non-student version of Mathematica is extremely memory-consuming. I had to solve a symbolic linear system of 10 equations in 10 variables, and the kernel grew easily to 200MB (virtual memory) w/o producing a solution. In this context I would be interested to have less memory consuming versions of some functions, even if they are much slower. Matthias Weber