|Date: ||Thu, 16 Jan 1997 20:07:06 -0500|
|Reply-To: ||Gloria Edwards <gsedward@HAMLET.UNCG.EDU>|
|Sender: ||"SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Gloria Edwards <gsedward@HAMLET.UNCG.EDU>|
|Subject: ||Re: Memory problems|
|Content-Type: ||TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII|
I've run into a similar problem with SAS on the VAX, so the solution may
be similar. Disk space was not the problem--the problem was the amount of
memory allocated to the account, and the problem could not be solved
within SAS itself. Rather, I had to request that one of our VMS
programmers increase the page size quota for the account. If that doesn't
work by itself, you may also need to consider the virtual page count.
Instructional & Research Computing
235 Bryan Building
On Thu, 16 Jan 1997, William Eveland wrote:
> I am running an aggregate command using a very large data set. I am using
> SPSS for the VAX. Each time I run the command, I get the following error
> "Error #10963
> There is not enough memory for all the cases in the aggregated file. The
> aggregated file is missing some cases. Rerun with more memory. This
> command not executed."
> The output file tells me it was able to process about 42,000 cases. The
> original system file contains about 180,000 cases. My question is, what
> kind of "memory" does it need? My VAX tech support tells me that I have
> ample disk space because I am using a scratch disk with "virtually
> unlimited space".
> Any ideas???
> William Eveland
> Associate Researcher
> National Institute for Science Education