I've tried using Java -Xms10M and Java -Xmx300M to increase memory in java
The command line returns a message of the form "-Xms10M" which I assume is
confirmation that the command has been read.
But WEKA "available memory" utility in Explorer fails to ever see more
than 6-10M. I know there's more memory available since Process Manager
is showing ~650M free on my 1G WinXP machine
The reason this is so frustrating is that I cannot run any decent sized
data set (even a 500 instance x 60 variable throws an "out of memory"
error with Apriori), never mind anything approaching a statistically
relevant sample of my data.
a) Why isn't Weka seeing/reporting available memory
b) What's the difference between setting the heap and the stack in java?
The full commands I am using are:
java -Xms10M -jar weka.jar
java -Xmx300M -jar weka.jar
I know that WinXP may use addresses in the middle of the memory, so only
half the memory may be available as contiguous space for java, but the
max limitation of 300M should be well within this limitation of Windohs
on 1G RAM
Thanks mightily for any help.