[Python.NET] Shortening execution time of Python script

Philippe LE GRAND aemphil at gmail.com
Wed Sep 9 15:11:45 CEST 2009


Are you doing this using Python.Net from within an ArcGIS .Net extension? If
that is the case, I would suggest you use the standard ArcGIS Python
geoprocessor for the task you describe.

Either way, I believe you would have more success getting an answer in the
ESRI ArcGIS geoprocessing and scripting forum (
http://forums.esri.com/forums.asp?c=93 )

As far as ArcGIS server goes: it is indeed a 32bit application, but the
memory limit is close to 4GiB; There should be no problem handling an 11MiB


On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 5:53 AM, David Shi <davidgshi at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

> I have a Python script that automatically downloads zip files containing
> large datasets from another server and then unzips the files to further
> process the data.
> It has been used as a geoprocessor of ArcGIS Server.
> The script works fine when two datasets each has several kilobytes size,
> but the script stops half way when datasets were about 11,000KBytes.
> I think that the execution time is too long and ArcGIS Server just simply
> killed the process.
> What actions can I try to reduce the execution time?
> ArcGIS Server only works on the basis of 32 bits and I was told that the
> maximum memory it can utilise is 4 MBytes.
> I should be grateful if someone can make suggestions/recommendations.
> Sincerely,
> David
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