[Openmcl-devel] How to cut down the size of ccl

Leo sdl.web at gmail.com
Thu May 6 07:38:26 PDT 2010

On 2010-05-06 15:14 +0100, Bill St. Clair wrote:
>> I want to run ccl on a remote machine that I only have 500M quota.
>> However it seems ccl is about 303M. So I am a bit short of space. I have
>> sbcl running there already and it takes about 57M. But I would wish to
>> run ccl instead. The machine is linux x86-64. Any way around it? Many
>> thanks.
> Gary Byers will likely chime in with more detailed and accurate
> information than I am able to give, but CCL doesn't use that 303
> megabytes, unless you cons up enough data to fill it. It does, however,
> RESERVE a large amount of space, in order to enable you to cons up huge
> data structures. If you know you're not going to need that much, you can
> use the -R (--heap-reserve) command line option to reduce the reserve
> amount, but it's the RSS column of "ps aux" that tells how much RAM your
> app is really using, not the VSZ column. See
> http://ccl.clozure.com/manual/chapter15.1.html

But I mean the diskspace. I know it is ridiculously small. The machine's
memory is quite large.



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