Thanks for the tip. I tried increasing the swap file to 10GB but still got
the same memory error.

I'm now considering exporting the Plone site (cos that's what it is) one
piece at a time and reimporting it into a clean Plone site. Any thoughts on
whether or not this is a good idea?



"Winterflood, Jonathan" wrote:
>Maybe you could try giving the machine more swap space (partition in Linux,
file in Windows)
>You'd probably have performance issues, but if the import is a one-timer,
it might be acceptable.
>-----Message d'origine-----
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>Objet : Re: [Zope] MemoryError exception when importing a zexp file
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>On 29 May 2007, at 08:36, Ben Lobo wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm trying to import a .zexp file that's 1.6GB but it continually
>> fails due
>> to a MemoryError exception. I guess that adding more RAM would
>> probably fix
>> this problem but does anyone know if there's any way of getting
>> around this
>> sort of problem without increasing the RAM?
>Short of increasing memory on that specific host you could also
>create a sandbox on a different machine with more RAM and then copy
>the database when it's done.

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