> < ^ Date: Sun, 16 Nov 2003 17:10:18 -0600 (CST)
> < ^ From: Daniel Espinosa <desp@xanum.uam.mx >
> < ^ Subject: Re: Maximum allocable memory

Dear Roberto Radina:

The ammount of memory under Unix, depends of kind of Unix, ie,
Linux, Irix, etc.
Under Windows2000, you shold edit your "gap.bat" script, then add "-o
1000m" for get more workspace.

I recommend you try Gap under Linux for best performance.

Best Regards. Daniel Espinosa.

On Thu, 13 Nov 2003, Roberto Radina wrote:

What is the maximum amount of memory that can be allocated? There is any
difference between Unix and Windows?
In a Window2000 machine with 1.5 GB of main memory apparently I can only get
127MB (with -m 128M GAP says that can't extend the workspace).

Roberto Radina

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