Winterflood, Jonathan wrote at 2007-5-30 12:12 +0200:
> ...
>Failing with 10 GB seems weird... Did you monitor real memory usage to see 
>where it failed?

A 32 bit Linux will limit the amount of virtual memory per process to somewhat
between 2.5 and 3 GB -- for reasons of address bit restrictions:

  With 32 bit addresses you can only address about 4 GB and parts of the
  address space is reserved for other purposes (than heap).

You need a 64 bit architecture to have a significantly higher virtual
address space.

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