|Date: ||Tue, 20 Feb 1996 11:08:39 -0700|
|Reply-To: ||John O'Callaghan <jocallag@NYX.CS.DU.EDU>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||John O'Callaghan <jocallag@NYX.CS.DU.EDU>|
|Organization: ||Nyx.net, free public access to the Internet|
|Subject: ||Re: OS/2 Memory Warning|
Hmmm, well I can tell you I have a very similiar memory configuration and
have never run into memory problems with OS/2 warp and v 6.10 SAS before.
But those swapper files sizes sound way out of kilter to me. I rarely get
a swap file above 15 megs when running SAS and thats usually with a a few
OS/2 windows going, Web Explorer, a few utils, an editor session or two,
a TF session..etc. I run a pretty loaded desktop with SAS concurrently
and have no trouble. Try the OS/2 groups for help on the swapper file,
though. It seems to me I've seen similiar posts about run away swap
files, tho i can't recall the cure for it.
Gerard C Blais (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
: I have a baby sas program with a small data set, running under sas for
: os/2, rel 6.10. I have a p90 with warp, 32 MB, and 1 gig FREE on the
: os/2 swap drive. the os/2 swapper data sets are 40MB and 20MB. Nothing
: else of consequence is running. (Sorry for the suspense). Every proc after
: the first gives me a WARNING: OUT OF MEMORY. I have no clue what's
: happening. Code runs fine on another machine just like it. SAS itself,
: and data, are on an HPFS drive.
: (Telephone tag at big SAS).
: Any ideas?