rolf.wester at ilt.fraunhofer.de
Thu Nov 15 11:47:58 CET 2007
Sorry, of course your are wright. I'm running Python2.5 on Linux, my
program imports numpy, matplotlib, sys and a python module of my own.
This module uses numpy and scipy.weave for imbedded C-code but no
extension modules. I though the code to be to large to show, I hoped you
could give me hint on what I could try.
Thank you in advance
Diez B. Roggisch wrote:
> Rolf Wester wrote:
>> I have a strange (for me) memory problem. When running a loop in a
>> Python program memory usage increases from about 4% up to 100%. I do a
>> gc.collect() every loop cycle but this doesn't help. There are about
>> 67000 objects that are tracked by the garbage collector. This number
>> does vary a little bit but does not increase on average whereas the
>> memory usage does. The number of garbage objects (len(gc.garbage()) is
>> zero. This is a very severe problem for my application, so I would be
>> very appreciative for any help.
> well, it might be that the relative moon humidity resonates with the
> loop-cycle, creating quantum-flux in the main memory banks.
> Or not.
> Seriously - what help do you expect without showing us _any_ code or at
> least getting into details like usage of libs, python-version, possible
> C-extensions, platform, ....
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