|Subject:||Re: [Help-glpk] 200Mb of Tables - xmalloc error|
|Date:||Mon, 22 Oct 2012 22:21:22 +0200|
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for "0;" csv needs only two bytes. A double in C needs 8 bytes. Add pointers
in linked lists, memory for building the constraints in GMPL, memory for the
model in the GLPK library, and so forth. Yes reading the model into GMPL will
need a whole lot more memory than your CSV file.
GLPK runs fine on 64bit. So you might just try on a bigger machine.
Given 200 Mb of raw data you may have to write a program that directly calls
the GLPK library. If you do not like C, there is a good choice of language
bindings available, see
On 22.10.2012 21:49, Andrew B. Martin wrote:
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