GREP: Memory Exhausted
Tue Apr 14 15:18:00 GMT 2009
On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 04:16:20PM +0100, Dave Korn wrote:
>Ralph Hempel wrote:
>>Dave Korn wrote:
>>>Shailesh Dadure wrote:
>>>>I am a support engineer from Microsoft trying to help my Customer
>>>>Maziyar Samadzadeh. We have been notified by Maziyar that when they
>>>>perform a Query on a bigger database using GREP we get the following
>>>Would you like to use one of your two free phone support incidents on
>>>this request, or will you be paying by credit or debit card for a paid
>>Geez Dave. I was going to suggest rebooting the machine to see if that
>>changed anything, and then upgrading to Windows 7. But then I thought
>>that it might be taken the wrong way...
>>And why would anyone query a database using GREP?
>I don't know. Maybe he should uninstall Windows and then install it
>again, five or six times. That usually fixes problems for Cygwin,
>maybe it'll work for Windows too?
I wish someone would set up a web page which made it clear how many times you
need to uninstall and install stuff to get things to work.
I have a chart in my garage which shows how many times I have to remove
and replace the engine in my car to fix common issues like flat tires,
streaky windshields, and suspicious cab odors. It has proven invaluable in
keeping my car running for almost two years. I did hurt my back a little but,
small price to pay...
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