Problems with constant Fatal Error in Autocad Map 3D 2013
I'm working with geospatial data in a Brazilian city, in development work, on several occasions autocad map 3d 2013, shows fatal error, closing the project (in 8 hours occurred more than 12 such errors). To avoid further delays in project development, direct it all on my own hardware for autocad map 3d. I5 I am using a machine with 4 processing cores, 12 GB of RAM and an ATI video card 1gb 128 bit. Do not know if it could be something regarding the hardware, but I believe not because with smaller services ever I witness this type of failure. Does AutoCAD Map 3D 2013 does not contain large amounts of data?
I'm working with. DWG 20mbytes on average.
Sorry if I am not able to express myself properly.
And now try again
Good luck, - alfred -
I do this almost every day cleaning. Even so, the error remains. Is there a maximum file size that the autocad 3d map can not work? Have I got to work with DWG files with over 200 mbyts but very limited. Sincerely, Tulio Paz
>> Have I got to work with DWG files with over 200 mbyts
Great ... and you have no chance to structure your drawings to be more efficient? ...or to use more SDF than DWG-referenced data?
I read somewhere that there was an UNDO-filesize-limit with 1.6GB .... may that is where your AutoCAD stops working. Check within your TEMP-directory the filesize of the files for a few day and let us know how large which file got maximum.
- alfred -
Sometimes it is not possible, because many companies still work only with AutoCAD and transform that data into the SDF will not achieve even edit them.
In the production of thematic map of a city of Brazil for example, there is a need to have all this information in a single file. Tomorrow I will send the total size of the temp folder for you can get a sense of use.
But I believe it is a complicated software is limited to use only 1.6 GB per file, in view of the evolution of GIS in the world. Featuring more detailed information that generate major data. Even if you can manage them using multiple connections (SDF, SHP, SQL, etc.), but when faced with customers who use AutoCAD will be limiting them.
>> in view of the evolution of GIS in the world
That is the sentence you should think of, either you are working GIS (with a lot of data) or you are working DWG-based (with less data amount). Both together is imho wrong-structured.
When you have partners who are doingg some work for you, then you can extract the data they need from GIS-connections to AutoCAD-based objects. If all of them need all data from Brazil then think about a GIS-Internet-Server.
But let's see what your file-sizes are (and what files are the large one).
If you just look to data and you don't modify them you can also disable the undo-handling, saves memory and raises speed.
- alfred -
why did you add a new message to an existing thread?
Your message is different to the one dicussed here before and tells you that you have not the necessary permissions to files/directory shown in the dialog.
- alfred -
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