> < ^ Date: Fri, 13 May 1994 15:27:00 +0200
> < ^ From: Martin Wursthorn <pluto@machnix.mathematik.uni-stuttgart.de >
> < ^ Subject: Re: GAP under Linux

It sounds strange that GAP should not be able to get more than 4.75 MByte
of memory. Could it be that you have a limit on the maximal process
size? Try 'limit' or 'ulimit' (depending on which shell you use).

Could this be the contiguous memory problem again? GAP needs its
workspace to be together in virtual memory. Is there something in
Linux that could be preventing this?

I do not think so. On my Linux-486 (16 MByte memory, 16 MByte Swap, X,
Emacs etc. running) I do not have any problems with the example and
even larger ones. To get more information it may be useful to examine
the output of the 'top' command. This command gives detailed
informations about memory and swap space usage.

Martin Wursthorn

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