l = range(int(1E9))
gvanem at yahoo.no
Thu Apr 30 20:23:31 CEST 2015
Cecil Westerhof wrote:
> If I execute:
> l = range(int(1E9)
> The python process gobbles up all the memory and is killed. The
> problem is that after this my swap is completely used, because other
> processes have swapped to it. This make those programs more slowly. Is
> there a way to circumvent Python claiming all the memory?
> By the way: this is CPython 2.7.8.
On what OS? If I try something similar on Win-8.1
and CPython 2.7.5 (32-bit):
python -c "for i in range(int(1E9)): pass"
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
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