[Coin-discuss] Re: How do I "speed up" CBC?
mjs at ces.clemson.edu
Tue Oct 3 14:00:02 EDT 2006
On Tue, 3 Oct 2006, John J Forrest wrote:
> KILLED is not a Coin message, as far as I know, so it will probably be
> memory. But if it solves reasonably quickly on another machine then it
> would probably not be using a lot of memory on that machine.
It might be that the smaller-memory machine is swapping until it finally
runs out of memory. IIRC, the smaller machine had 1GB and the larger had
4GB. So if the memory requirement was 3.5GB, the smaller machien would
swap memory to disk like crazy before finally giving up, but the larger
machine would solve the entire problem in core.
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> Thanks for your reply, I'll take a look at the nodes! Before that, I'd
> really like to know, what "KILLED" means! I assume, that the memory is not
> big enough for this problem! Am I right?
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