[BioC] affy segmentation fault
ramasamy at cancer.org.uk
Tue Nov 9 23:46:04 CET 2004
I just checked the mailing archives. You sent 2 mails in Novembers
(excluding this) and 2 in October but none of them talk about
segmentation fault error. Perhaps you can explain who "we" are or better
yet state the problem or link to past mail (perhaps from
Start from a clean R session and see if you can repeat the problem.
Next, reduce the number of arrays till you find out how many arrays your
machine can handle. Try just.rma or just.gcrma. Also search the mailing
archives. These are all guesses.
Note that although 5 GB is available to a machine, there might be a
limit to how much each process/user can have access to. Speak to your
system administrator about any such limitation.
On Tue, 2004-11-09 at 21:46, Sucheta Tripathy wrote:
> I know we have been cluttering this mailing list with this question over
> and again. The reason I want to ask again is after seeing the segmentation
> fault error, I found it says 340000 KB to be the size it needs.
> What puzzles me is our memory is way beyond that(almost 5 GB with 10 GB
> swap memory).
> After trying all the remedies, it still fails. Can anyone suggest if in
> the source where the exact memory allocation takes place, how much is
> fixed to be the size. Can we not increase it? Or to begin with which
> version of affy package has a fix for it.
> Thanks in advance.
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