I'm not sure I understand this. I'm running a perl program that runs through a couple billion loops looking for an optimal scenario. It shouldn't be storing anything long term? When I run the program, it gets to a certain point and seems to stop...I'll hit control-c to stop the program and it says "Out of memory!" I'm not sure how that's even possible since my computer has almost 60GB of memory installed?
Does perl have any type of error reporting or log writing abilities so I can at least see when then program is crashing?
I love it when a program comes together - jdhannibal