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Jayman
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Running low on address space - help

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11-14-2002 03:18 AM
I have been running IV5.3 for about 6 months now. Yesterday was the first time I ever saw this error. While working away - the memory usage for IV just started climbing... eventually giving this error...
"Running Low On Address Space
-Your inventor session has used up more than 80% of the available address space. It is highly recommended that you close down some documents before proceeding further".
I run a Dell Precision 530 - P4 Xeon with 1Gb ram. This also occurred on a P3 clone computer...
Help!
*Maenpaa, Mike
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Re: Running low on address space - help

11-14-2002 03:41 AM in reply to: Jayman
I saw the same message last week, when saving an assembly
made from a 60MB Step file. It took a little babysitting, but everything
turned out OK. I'm using a Dell Precision 620 Dual P3 with 1Gb RAM. What were
you doing, when you received this message?

Mike

 


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I
have been running IV5.3 for about 6 months now. Yesterday was the first time I
ever saw this error. While working away - the memory usage for IV just started
climbing... eventually giving this error...
"Running Low On Address Space

-Your inventor session has used up more than 80% of the available address
space. It is highly recommended that you close down some documents before
proceeding further".
I run a Dell Precision 530 - P4 Xeon with 1Gb ram.
This also occurred on a P3 clone computer...

Help!
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Jayman
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Registered: ‎10-19-2003
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11-14-2002 03:54 AM in reply to: Jayman
First time it happened i was importing a large SAT file (80mb). Second time, i was placing a constraint in a midsized assembly (~100 parts). Eventually the ram usage went as high as 900mb (in task manager for inventor.exe) till it eventually crashed.
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