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st: Memory settings


From   Ismail Ait Saadi <a.saadi@curtin.edu.my>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Memory settings
Date   Thu, 16 Jul 2009 11:11:02 +0000

Dear All,

I am working on an urgent project where I need to use Exact Logistic Regression. I run the model and I get the message:

" exceeded memory limit 0f 10.0M bytes, use the memory0 to increase the memory limit"

well , I know how to set the memory and this what I used:

set maxvar = 5000
set memory = 700MB
set matsize = 5000

Even with this huge memory I still get the same message:" exceeded memory limit 0f 10.0M bytes, use the memory0 to increase the memory limit"

why so? knowing that I am using only 24 variable out of which 14 are dummies.


Anyone who can help? I really need this done ASAP.


Cheers,

Ismail
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