> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill Moseley [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 04, 2004 11:23 AM
> To: Weir James K Contr ASC/ENOI
> Cc: Multiple recipients of list
> Subject: Re: [Ignor Abuse] Re: Failed to uncompress Property.
> zlib uncompress
> On Tue, May 04, 2004 at 07:45:45AM -0400, Weir James K Contr
> ASC/ENOI wrote:
> > > Are you running out of RAM? I assume you are using -e when
> > > indexing.
> > I do not believe I am running out of RAM, I have 3 GB of
> RAM and 59GB
> > of drive space.
> And you are using -e?
Yes I am using -e
> > This is the information at the end of the log file
> > Removing very common words...
> > no words removed.
> > Writing main index...
> > Sorting words ...
> > Sorting 12611125 words alphabetically
> > Writing header ...
> > Writing index entries ...
> > Writing word text: Complete
> > Writing word hash: Complete
> > Writing word data: Complete
> > 12611125 unique words indexed.
> > 5 properties sorted.
> > 3152637 files indexed. 853492536 total bytes. 628026074
> total words.
> > Elapsed time: 42:08:36 CPU time: 42:08:35 Indexing done!
> Have you tried a newer version of swish? I think commas were
> added into the display of those numbers in December. I can't
> think of anything specific that changed.
I have down loaded 2.4.1-win32, but have not installed it.. Would I have to reindex with the new version?
> Your files are not very large, but you have a lot of unique
> words indexed. I wonder if that's why the problem is showing
> up with you and not others.
> Do you have a Linux machine handy? It would be helpful to
> see if you have the same problem on that platform. Plus,
> it's a lot easier to test and debug when you have the source
No I do not have a Linux machine handy
> Bill Moseley
Received on Tue May 4 08:32:30 2004