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Note that your 32-bit Perl can, on Windows, at most address 4GB of memory. Most likely it can only address 2GB of memory.

Upgrading to 5.28 (or a more recent version of Perl) from http://strawberryperl.com/ will allow you to address more memory if you install a 64bit version.


In reply to Re^5: perl is crashing due to memory leak when the template toolkit output is being dumped into an output file(xml file) by Corion
in thread perl is crashing due to memory leak when the template toolkit output is being dumped into an output file(xml file) by kimya8

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