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AW: AW: WG: AW: error: memory exhausted or requested size too large for
Oz Nahum Tiram
AW: AW: WG: AW: error: memory exhausted or requested size too large for range of Octave's index type
Tue, 12 Apr 2011 23:58:50 +0200
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 14:20:28 +0100 (BST)
> From: Sina Calmote <address@hidden>
> To: Octave <address@hidden>
> Subject: AW: AW: WG: AW: error: memory exhausted or requested size too
> large for range of Octave's index type
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> Von: Martin Helm <address@hidden>
> An: Robert McDonald <address@hidden>
> CC: Jordi Guti?rrez Hermoso <address@hidden>; Octave <address@hidden>
> Gesendet: Sonntag, den 10. April 2011, 16:18:12 Uhr
> Betreff: Re: AW: WG: AW: error: memory exhausted or requested size too large
> range of Octave's index type
> Am Samstag, den 09.04.2011, 17:15 -0500 schrieb Robert McDonald:
>> > I reduced it to the absolute minimum to get the error by saving the
>> > T and R
>> > load T
>> > load R
>> > plot(R, T(:,1), "-r", R, T(:,2), "-b")
>> > gives the error on ubuntu 10.10 32bit (but not on my opensuse), can someone
>> > confirm? Since I am too tired now and cannot directly see the error I stop
>> > that at the moment.
>> Wow, nice job creating a test case!
>> I can confirm that your script *does* give the error on 10.04 32-bit.
>> It does *not* give the error on 10.04 64-bit.
>> I just checked and Pyramide.m gives a different error on 64-bit 10.04,
>> causing a segfault. The preceding error is "warning: ft_render:
>> skipping missing glyph for character '?'"
>>I think the segfault you see is probably unrelated, I cannot see it with
>>64 bit openSUSE, so it seems to be something different.
>>The error for 32bit versions exists also on openSUSE 32bit, I made a
>>virtual machine for it and tested quickly with the octave 3.4 from the
>>packman repository and then with one I compiled myself, so it is not
>>It is clear that this has nothing to do with memory (the matrices are a
>>few kilobyte in size and the plot command is invoked on ridiculous small
>>I will try to find out where this message really comes from. But I have
>>to say that I am really not good in understanding the source code of the
> Hey there
> after all I am confused. Is it true, that the error "memory exhausted..." is
> to an bug?
I join the qeustion, I get the same error with out understanding why.
would be happy to hear.
Thanks in advance,
"Gentlmen! You can't fight in here, this is the War Room!"
President Merkin Muffley
(Peter Sellers, Dr. Strangelove)
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