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How do I increase the amount of RAM available to GAUSS?  I tried setting _maxbytes.  But when I run the procedure maxbytes, it returns the default of 1G.  Thanks.

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Recent versions of GAUSS can use all the memory that the operating system will allow.

maxbytes and __maxbytes is used in some GAUSS procedures that read in data from datasets. It controls how much data to read per iteration. A larger value will read a larger percentage of the dataset at once. This will typically be faster if your system has enough memory.

The maxbytes keyword returns the value of the __maxbytes global control value. You can use it like this:

//read and print current value of 'maxbytes'
mb = maxbytes;
print "maxbytes starting value = " mb;

//Set maxbytes to be equal twice its current value
mbnew = mb * 2;
__maxbytes = mbnew;

//read and print new value of 'maxbytes'
mbfinal = maxbytes;
print "maxbytes ending value = " mbfinal;
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I am Having MEMORY_MANAGEMENT problem in my PC.

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Here’s the mail I got recently for my problem

The MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error caused the blue screen and in turn the computer shut itself down to prevent further damage to your computer which in turn caused this error to happen. As the log says "This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly" proves that the sole reason of this error was from the MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error and is not the MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error log itself. This error is not as severe as the MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error and you shouldn't need to fix it either.

How To Fix MEMORY_MANAGEMENT – 0x0000001A?

 

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Tags: asked November 14, 2012

3 Answers

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Recent versions of GAUSS can use all the memory that the operating system will allow.

maxbytes and __maxbytes is used in some GAUSS procedures that read in data from datasets. It controls how much data to read per iteration. A larger value will read a larger percentage of the dataset at once. This will typically be faster if your system has enough memory.

The maxbytes keyword returns the value of the __maxbytes global control value. You can use it like this:

//read and print current value of 'maxbytes'
mb = maxbytes;
print "maxbytes starting value = " mb;

//Set maxbytes to be equal twice its current value
mbnew = mb * 2;
__maxbytes = mbnew;

//read and print new value of 'maxbytes'
mbfinal = maxbytes;
print "maxbytes ending value = " mbfinal;
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I am Having MEMORY_MANAGEMENT problem in my PC.

0

Here’s the mail I got recently for my problem

The MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error caused the blue screen and in turn the computer shut itself down to prevent further damage to your computer which in turn caused this error to happen. As the log says "This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly" proves that the sole reason of this error was from the MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error and is not the MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error log itself. This error is not as severe as the MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error and you shouldn't need to fix it either.

How To Fix MEMORY_MANAGEMENT – 0x0000001A?