I'm hammering down on the memory usage now. There seems to be a bug somewhere in preloading that I am attempting to locate. We may be carrying around extra arrays with the new patch you sent.
On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 11:37 AM, Stephen Skory email@example.com wrote:
I have good but inconsistent news. I just got HOP to run for reals on Kraken using 128 threads, 8gb per thread. I could have sworn I've done jobs before with that much aggregate memory, but that may have been before I applied hop_numpy.h.
Perhaps I just need to be really, really aggressive when it comes to memory usage.
I'll bump up to r1298 and see if I can reproduce a successful run. It will take a bit due to the CNL procedure.
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