Hi again Pragnesh,
I mistakenly asked you to post this to the enzo-users mailing when I meant
to say that you should post this to the yt-users mailing list. Sorry about
that, not enough coffee this morning.
On Thu, Nov 17, 2011 at 8:56 AM, Britton Smith <brittonsmith(a)gmail.com>wrote:
You need to provide us with some more information. What do you mean when
you say you ran for 0-3 regions? What kind of dataset are you trying to
analyze? How big is it? Can you also please post the script you are using
Finally, could you please sign up for the enzo-users mailing list and post
this there? You've posted this to the development list, which isn't the
best forum for this question. Also, if you're not on the list you won't
receive any of the responses to your post.
On Thu, Nov 17, 2011 at 7:29 AM, Patel, Pragneshkumar B <pragnesh(a)utk.edu>wrote:
> Hi Stephen,
> I found memory leak issue, when I ran Parallel_HOP code. It may not be in
> python itself but may be in packages(e.g. kdtree etc..), which we call
> from"parallel_hop_interface.py". Please find attach file, in which you see
> memory keep increase in every region (I ran program with 32 processes for
> 0-3 regions.)
> I like to get your comments/suggestions to solve this issue.
> I am trying to find more about it using Valgrind. I will let you know.
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