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i donot know how the system or perl is giving the error.

can you please provide some more details on it.

i had read somewhere that perl should be compiled with the "usemymalloc=y" compiler flag to release the memory.

when i ran the perl -V on the commandline i could see this flag set to "y".

Also the only contributing factor to increase in the process memory , seems to be because of hash.

please see below the memory increase in the process ,it remain constant to some point , and then gaian start increasing :

Record counter => 20 Process Status:6.328125MB Record counter => 30 Process Status:6.4296875MB Record counter => 40 Process Status:6.4375MB Record counter => 50 Process Status:6.4375MB Record counter => 60 Process Status:6.4453125MB Record counter => 70 Process Status:6.4453125MB Record counter => 80 Process Status:6.4453125MB Record counter => 90 Process Status:6.453125MB Record counter => 100 Process Status:6.453125MB Record counter => 110 Process Status:6.453125MB Record counter => 120 Process Status:6.453125MB Record counter => 130 Process Status:6.4609375MB

In reply to Re^2: Memory issue with Hash by nowise
in thread Memory issue with Hash by nowise

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