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Hi Andreas From: "Andreas Pfeiffer " <email@example.com> Subject: Re: memory error when creating many Histogram1D's Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2007 06:46:41 -0700 > >> tree = tf->create("testem4.XML" ,"XML" ,readOnly,createNew, > >> options); > > > > You created a tree in a XML file: as I understand correctly, > > when saving into a XML file, the tree data won't be flushed > > and accumulated in memory of your machine until a run ends, > > and eventually exhaust it. > > this is true if you deal with Tuples (and unbinned Histograms > if there is no limit set for them for auto-conversion), but > for binned Histograms (as is the case here) this is not an > issue they have a fixed memory footprint. Ah, I misunderstood... Kazuyoshi -- Kazuyoshi Furutaka firstname.lastname@example.org
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