7za can't allocate required memory.
|Reported by:||kvdman||Owned by:||nobody|
Tested on GCC4 hybrid rev. 38892 on Vmware.
7za version is 9.04 Beta.
I'm trying to compress a 400mb directory using this command:
7za a -t7z -mx=9 archive.7z directory
The machine with 512mb of RAM won't even start compressing the archive, returning:
'can't allocate required memory.'
I upped the memory to 1.5gb, restarted, and retried.
The same error came up with the archive compressed to 90%...
I don't think this is normal behaviour that it needs to store everything in RAM?
Change History (10)
comment:6 by , 10 years ago
|Component:||Applications → System/Kernel|
|Status:||new → closed|
|Version:||R1/alpha2 → R1/Development|