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From: pahakala@astro.helsinki.fi
Subject: Linux RAM requirement for SAS?
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Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 09:58:01 GMT
From: pahakala@astro.helsinki.fi
To: xmmhelp@xmm.vilspa.esa.es
CC: pahakala@astro.helsinki.fi
Subject: Linux RAM requirement for SAS?
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Hi!

I'm planning to upgrade my linux-box to run SAS.
Can you tell me how much memory is required to

a) run it smoothly ?
b) run it at just about tolerable speed ?

                  Cheers, Pasi


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From: Norbert Schartel <xmmhelp@xmm.vilspa.esa.es>
To: pahakala@astro.helsinki.fi
Subject: Re: Linux RAM requirement for SAS? (PR#7648)
Date: Mon Dec 16 10:37:40 2002
Dear Pasi,

256 MB RAM is considered to be the minimum memory for 
    running SAS smoothly.
512 MB RAM is desirable.

In both cases we recommend to set SAS_MEMORY_MODEL 
to "low" when processing data with SAS.

With best regards
Norbert

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