Caveat: I know nothing about RSPerl, other than it embeds one interpretter in the other.
Since each Perl thread starts a new interpretter, its unclear whether an R interpretter created in the main thread will get cloned into all the children,
or each child will get a brand new R interpretter instance.
Assuming you revert to the original approach, you might try cranking up the
per-thread stack size, and see if that corrects the error message. Note that doing so will reduce the number of threads you can start.
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