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Can you post the output of "perl -v"?

And, if on a Unix like system, the output of "free", or if on Windows, the output (from a CMD window) of "systeminfo | findstr /C:Physical"

I'm curious if your Perl is 32 or 64 bit, and if you're running out of memory, or just using a lot.


In reply to Re: perl is crashing due to memory leak when the template toolkit output is being dumped into an output file(xml file) by kschwab
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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