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Stefan_Lang26-Feb-13 22:44
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Yes, unloading is a risk. I've read Stephens comment and therefore omitted that warning. Maybe I should have pointed it out nonetheless.

Regarding fragmentation, maybe I haven't been clear. Indeed, all you see is virtual addresses. That's what I meant when I said the MM hides the true addresses from you. As a consequence, you won't know if the addresses you see point to two blocks of memory that lie next to each other, or if they are sperated by a 5GB gap. In fact, you don't even know if one of those blocks is in fact contiguous - part of it may have been moved to the page file!

In any case, as pointed out before, the state of fragmentation is irrelevant to your problem. Your problem is you're running out of memory.

You only have a few options:
a) reduce memory usage elsewhere; apparently that may not be easy or even work
b) make your application a 64 bit application, enabling it to use a bigger address space; of course this only helps if your total memory is big enough, but you can increase available memory by increasing the page file on your system.
c) split up your file and adapt your program to work on it bit by bit.
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