RE: Re: Memory Leak in 3.0 for
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- From: Ersek_Ted%PAX1A at mr.nawcad.navy.mil
- Date: Mon, 15 Sep 1997 02:49:02 -0400
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Stephen Froehlich, and
Matthias Weber wrote:
|> Why is it that as I do evaulations, 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
|That helps a bit.
There are several ways to reduce the amount of memory used.
However, I don't really understand how each one effects the amount of
memory used. A list of memory clearing commands is shown below.
Roughly speaking the commands further down the list give back more memory.
(8) Unprotect[In, Out];
Clear[In, Out]; (* Mathematica Book, ver 3, page. 676
(12) CleanSlate; (* Using the CleanSlate package *)
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