Lee Herron wrote:
> I have everything working properly, but I think the OS is shutting
Which version of SWISH-E, OS, compiler, etc? Sounds like maybe you are
hitting some quota limit (maybe a memory or runtime quota?). How long
does it run before being killed? Do you have a debugger or some other
way to see what is killing it? A backtrace might tell you something
Have you tried running it nice to see what happens? I always run
indexing at nice 20 just to keep it from hogging resources needed by
more important processes.
> down the index process (during it, it ends with 'killed') and I'm
> trying to come up with a work around.
Does it pass the make test?
> Currently I'm thinking of collecting all the filenames into a list,
> breaking up that list into a few smaller sub-list, indexing them
> with unique indices and merging them all together afterwards.
That's worth a try.
> (btw, I'm only trying to index 9500 html
> docs -- geez, what better need for a search engine) These are all in
> one directory, so the obvious answer doesn't apply.
I'm not sure what the obvious answer is. I don't think it's RAM, you'd
get an "out of memory" error or similar. SWISH-E uses an error-checking
malloc. Many things come to mind. 9500 documents isn't a large
quantity, but, if they are sufficiently large it could be taking to much
> Any tips or ideas?
Load it into a debugger and try to see what's really going on.
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