At 08:27 AM 04/19/02 -0700, Rich Thomas wrote:
>I'm running the April 16 dev version on a Solaris 8 box with 128 meg of RAM.
>I was under the impression that Swish used swap files if there wasn;t enough
>memory. Yet when I tried indexeing our site I got:
># ./swish-e -c swish.config -S fs -f /space/rich/index.416
>Indexing Data Source: "File-System"
>err: Ran out of memory (could not allocate 262144 more bytes)!
>Do I need to tell Swish to use swap? IF so, how?
What was top showing? I can index 24,000 HTML files in /usr/doc in about
Try using the -e switch. It will index slower and should use less memory.
Let us know the difference in memory usage, number of files, and so on.
Install more memory, too! Hard to imagine such a new OS running in 128M.
Received on Fri Apr 19 15:38:17 2002