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May
5
comment Making sort use all CPU CORES
RHEL 7 was officially released on 10 June 2014, so it's entirely possible the OP had RHEL 6
May
5
comment Making sort use all CPU CORES
@slm yes, it is
May
5
answered direct GNU sort to use much memory and many cores
May
5
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May
5
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May
5
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Apr
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Apr
22
revised direct GNU sort to use much memory and many cores
added -S, linked to memory error with sort
Apr
22
comment Unix sort out of memory
I had the same problem when I used /run/shm as my /bigdisk for storing sorts temp files. It seems the kernel considers the ram disk in /run/shm as more important, so when sort was writing to it and memory ran out, the kernel killed sort. Using a sluggish VM hard disk instead solved it.
Apr
22
asked direct GNU sort to use much memory and many cores
Apr
19
comment Using Atlas from scipy
This sort of thing should be handled by either numpy/scipy or libatlas-dev packages, no? I have an interesting situation where system numpy 1.9.1 works fine, but numpy 1.9.2 in a virtualenv exhibits this problem. Anyway, your solution fixed it. thx.
Apr
17
comment What is the xcalib -screen number for the HDMI monitor?
interestingly, in my setup, xrandr says 'Can't open display', most strange!
Nov
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