insufficient virtual memory

insufficient virtual memory

I like to allocate an array (complex*16) with 12000*12000 and get the run time error 41 insufficient virtual memory
The maximum virtual available memory is 4GB
A array 11000*11000 is allocating 2 GB only, so it seems there is enough memory

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Almost. As far as I know, 2GB is reserved for OS purposes, so
there's only 2GB for applications. Are you sure you really need
the full matrix, i.e. can't you use sparse matrix technique?

Jugoslav

Jugoslav
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The maximum virtual memory for a process in Windows is theoretically 2GB, in practice, it is somewhat less, and you've exceeded that. If you need more, you'll have to move to a 64-bit OS such as Tru64 UNIX or Linux Alpha. (Or wait a few years for 64-bit Windows on Itanium.)

Steve

Steve - Intel Developer Support

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