in reply to write hash to disk after memory limit
... but I once had a problem with a giant hash constantly swapping and solved it by splitting up the hash into a two tier HoH.
If you can organize the upper tier roughly according to the timeline of your process, your system will only swap the necessary lower hashes on demand.
I already described this here, will update the link after I found it.
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Re^2: write hash to disk after memory limit
by hailholyghost (Novice) on Mar 13, 2015 at 13:30 UTC