From: A.J. Rossini (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 20 Mar 2003 - 04:41:33 EST
"Michael D. Ward" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Has anyone allocated more than one Gig of memory for R under
> Windows? When I try the diagnostic tells me I am decreasing memory
> and the memory size value is a very large negative number.
> I suspect the problem may be a signed integer that overflows. Is 1 G a hard
> limit for memory allocation in R under Windows?
Mike, you shouldn't need to allocate -- as of a few years back, R
allocs as needed. You can set max size, but not sure why you would
sensibly want to do that, unless you are protecting other
Also see R for Windows FAQ 2.6.
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