At Fri, 2 Feb 2018 12:08:39 -0500, David Storrs wrote:
> I've got some tests that are crashing due to running out of memory. I
> would rather not pull aside to track down the issue, preferring instead to
> get the functionality working now and solve the memory problem later.
> Regardless, Racket is only getting 128MB, which seems pretty anemic.
> I've checked 'racket --help' and googled but apparently my google fu is
> weak. How do I tell Racket that it's okay to take more RAM?
128MB sounds like DrRacket's limit. Select "Limit Memory..." in the
Otherwise, Racket will use as much memory as the OS allows. So, if I
guess wrong about DrRacket, I think you must have a limit at the OS
level and need to use something like `ulimit` or `limit` in your shell.
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