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Re: st: RE: Problems with outreg


From   "David Elliott" <dcelliott@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: RE: Problems with outreg
Date   Tue, 25 Nov 2008 12:12:23 -0400

I'd also recommend you also provide the information from a -memory-
and a -query- command which may have information relevant to your
situation:

E.g.:
. memory
                                                  bytes
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Details of set memory usage
    overhead (pointers)                       2,068,352        0.39%
    data                                    277,159,168       52.86%
                                        ----------------------------
    data + overhead                         279,227,520       53.26%
    free                                    245,060,472       46.74%
                                        ----------------------------
    Total allocated                         524,287,992      100.00%
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Other memory usage
    set maxvar usage                          2,001,730
    set matsize usage                         1,315,200
    programs, saved results, etc.                38,345
                                        ---------------
    Total                                     3,355,275
-------------------------------------------------------
Grand total                                 527,643,267

. query

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Memory settings (also see query memory for a more complete report)
        set memory          500M
        set maxvar          5000
        set matsize         400


David Elliott
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