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Re: I: G77 160 MB memory allocation limit
On Apr 27 17:19, Impagnatiello Fabrizio wrote:
> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da: Impagnatiello Fabrizio
> Inviato: mercoledì 27 aprile 2005 17.15
> A: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
> Oggetto: G77 160 MB memory allocation limit
> Starting from 1.5.13 (14 and 15 subversions are the same) I experienced all FOTRAN written programs using large arrays to crash.
> No error message, just exit.
> After investigation (WEB/mailing list) and testing programs I discovered and verified that a new near 160 MByte allocation limit is induced by cygwin1.dll
> Simple programs compiled with -mno-cygwin flag may allocate up to 1920 MByte.
> With the old 1.5.12 the usable size (2BG RAM machine) was 1536 MByte.
Please try the latest Cygwin snapshot from http://cygwin.com/snapshots/.
I tested it with a large array of 1500 Megs in a pretty small application.
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