| > but from a cursory glance at code you reference, you're going to require a lot (10GB or more) of memory.
I'm just running it on my busy netbook with actually 4080000 at sec 1230! ¹
1) actually I don't immediately know how to cleverly monitor memory consumption of perls datastructures but ps -aux is stable:
USER PID %CPU %MEM VSZ RSS TTY STAT START
lanx 23724 99.4 0.2 5384 2492 pts/0 Rs+ 15:30 16:24 /usr/
+bin/perl -w /tmp/graph_path.pl
update: 5014604 in 1562 secs
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