> I'm trying to run swish-e on Solaris 8 with 128 meg of memory and
> a huge swap file. After lots of processing I got a Swish-e error
> saying I was out of memory. Does swish use swap by default or is
> there a way to tell it to?
If you're using the latest dev version, try -e (economy mode). It uses
less memory by shoving a load of stuff into files in /tmp. If /tmp is
mounted on swap (usual for Solaris) this shouldn't make much difference
to your overall index time, but it should remove the out of memory error
- I don't know why!
If you're not using a recent dev version, get it!
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