[Pharo-project] Moose out of memory
alr.dev at free.fr
Mon Jun 27 15:23:50 EDT 2011
I missed the point about the moose error.
Good news for the vm fixes, I missed Igor posts too :(
"Tudor Girba" <tudor at tudorgirba.com> a écrit dans
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I am happy you like Moose.
We know that "MooseScripts createModelForConfigurationOfMoose" creates a
model that is stored in a global model cache. However, the idea was to
reproduce an image that is large enough to not be openable with the Windows
VM. The image with three large models opens just fine on Mac.
In the meantime, Igor produced a new version of the Windows VM that enables
one to load this image. However, now the question is when these fixes will
make it in the main branch.
Igor, do you happen to have an update on this issue?
On 26 Jun 2011, at 18:43, Alain Rastoul wrote:
> There was a previous message in the list about an out of memory problem
> Moose when running
> 3 times MooseScripts createModelForConfigurationOfMoose
> I downloaded moose suite 4.5 (Pharo 1.3) and played a bit with it reading
> the moose book (nice).
> IMHO although something is perhaps not completly clear in the vm in memory
> allocation and/or ui process and/or low space watcher (I tryed to debug
> vm but did not succeed), here the problem seems to be in the Moose model.
> I suspect that the problem is just that the cache keeps a reference to
> Moose model each time the script is run, see at the end of
> MooseScripts>>createModelForConfigurationOfMoose the model is added to a
> cache ((MooseModel root => MooseGroupRuntimeStorage>> byType) and takes
> 130M of memory each time.
> clearing the Moose cache resolve the problem.
> MooseModel allInstancesDo:[ :m | m remove ] seems to be working here,
> that there is an exception for the root model (I don't know Moose, it may
> not be the best command).
> Perhaps the moose model should not be added by type but overriden each
> (beeing identified by a "name" ?).
> PS: Moose is cool :)
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