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Posted by claus andersen at March 18. 2011

Is there any way to clean the memory in between e.g. different visualizations in post-pro? I more often than not find myself running out of memory when I have more than one visualizations of a field, even though I 'delete' the viz, on larger studies.

Only way right now I know of, is to restart Salome and continue with post-pro.

Another thing is, that if I fill up my physical RAM, salome refuses to let me save my HDF file, effectively making me lose my work, had I not saved before initiating the viz.

Furthermore, is there any plans/possibilities to optimized VISU to not use so much memory? GMSH can easily handle several visualizations at the same time without breaking a sweat - though I much prefer to work with Salomé

 

Thanks in advance

 

/Claus

Re: Clean memory?

Posted by claus andersen at March 25. 2011

Any comments on this topic? :)

 

/C

Re: Clean memory?

Posted by Saint Michael at March 25. 2011

Hi

Is there any way to clean the memory in between e.g. different visualizations in post-pro?

There is no such a possibility

Another thing is, that if I fill up my physical RAM, salome refuses to let me save my HDF file, effectively making me lose my work, had I not saved before initiating the viz.

Try to use "Multi file save" mode (Preferences/SALOME/General/Study properties). It stores the study in many files and gives more chances to save you work.

 

 

BR

St. Michael

Re: Clean memory?

Posted by claus andersen at March 28. 2011

Thanks for the if not discouraging, answer. I will give multi-save a try next time it happens

Regards,

Claus

Re: Clean memory?

Posted by Michael Hansen at October 15. 2012

Hello,

 

I have exactly the same problem with my terminal automatic scripts. It would be a great improvement to implement such a memory clearing feature.

In the mean time, I'll do exactly like Claus, restart Salome a certain number of times...

 

Thank-you for the continuous improvement efforts of the development team.

 

Cheers and have fun,

 

 

Previously claus andersen wrote:

Thanks for the if not discouraging, answer. I will give multi-save a try next time it happens

Regards,

Claus

 

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